Definition of Outsits

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



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Definition of Outsits

1. outsit [v] - See also: outsit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outsits

outsiderly
outsiderness
outsidernesses
outsiders
outsides
outsight
outsights
outsin
outsing
outsinging
outsings
outsinned
outsinning
outsins
outsit
outsits (current term)
outsitting
outsize
outsized
outsizes
outsizing
outskate
outskated
outskates
outskating
outskin
outskip
outskirt
outskirts
outsleep

Literary usage of Outsits

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1. Narrative and Critical History of America by Justin Winsor (1889)
"It is enough for the English part to refer to HG Dalton's Hist, of British outsits (London, 1855). A publication of the Society of Portuguese Jews, ..."

2. Elements of Political Science by Stephen Leacock (1906)
"The latter has also the power to dissolve the council, a power which may be exercised even by the prefect if the council outsits its statutory term. ..."

3. The Queens of England and Their Times: From Matilda, Queen of William the by Francis Lancelott (1858)
"... on the outsits with Greek pitch and rosin, and fili-tl full of sulphur, and other materials quickly combustible, under the conduct of Young and ..."

4. The History of the World: Comprising a General History, Both Ancient and by Samuel Maunder (1852)
"That feeble monarch was speedily connu» of his inferiority to his barbaric opponent; and was from the outsits the war worsted by him, in despite of a ..."

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