Definition of Outspanning
1. outspan [v] - See also: outspan
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outspanning
Literary usage of Outspanning
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tasmanians in the Transvaal War by John Bufton (1905)
"The convoys trekked about 15 miles, outspanning about midday. First time on duty since my ... Did some looting on a small scale just before outspanning. ..."
2. The Zulu Yesterday and To-day: Twenty-nine Years in South Africa by Gertrude Rachel Hance (1916)
"We went twenty miles that first day, outspanning for breakfast and for the oxen to feed, again outspanning for two or three hours in the middle of the day, ..."
3. Jock of the Bushveld by Percy Fitzpatrick (1907)
"Just as he knew that inspanning meant starting, so, too, he knew that outspanning meant stopping ; and whenever the waggons stopped— even for a few ..."
4. Twelve Hundred Miles in a Waggon by Alice Blanche Balfour (1895)
"The worst of this is that these outspanning places are apt to be extremely dirty, as every waggon stops at the ..."