Definition of Outrances

1. outrance [n] - See also: outrance



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outrances

outraged
outragedly
outrageous
outrageously
outrageousness
outrageousnesses
outrageousty
outrages
outraging
outraise
outraised
outraises
outraising
outran
outrance
outrances (current term)
outrang
outrange
outranged
outranges
outranging
outrank
outranked
outranking
outranks
outrate
outrated
outrates
outrating
outrave

Literary usage of Outrances

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1. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1857)
"... lia те understood the vessel was to go outside to finish loading, m up m tin contract he was to have a full cargo. The two outrances iuto the harbor are ..."

2. The Miscellaneous Works of the Right Honourable Sir James Mackintosh by James Mackintosh (1846)
"... and they had compelled him to submit to that truce for twenty years, which left the outrances of Flanders, Germany, and Italy, in the hands of France. ..."

3. A Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical: Of the Various by John Ramsay McCulloch, Frederick Martin (1866)
"It has twi┬╗ outrances, the N. having a depth of 12, and ttic E. of 17^ feet, at low water, with a 9-ft. rise Both entrances are defended by boml proof forts ..."

4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1852)
"There are four outrances leading into the interior, each being approached by a massy flight of stono stairs, ornamented with devil-dancers in basso relievo. ..."

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