Definition of Outeats

1. Verb. (third-person singular of outeat) ¹



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Definition of Outeats

1. outeat [v] - See also: outeat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outeats

outdures
outduring
outdwell
outdweller
outdwellers
outdwells
outdwelt
oute
outearn
outearned
outearning
outearns
outeat
outeaten
outeating
outeats (current term)
outecho
outechoed
outechoes
outechoing
outed
outedges
outen
outened
outener
outeners
outening
outens

Literary usage of Outeats

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1. Travels in Mexico, South America, Etc. Etc by Godfrey Thomas Vigne (1865)
"The advantage of this process is that all the gravy and moisture are retained in the meat, and the general opinion is that it " outeats" (as I heard an ..."

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