Definition of Outswinging
1. outswing [v] - See also: outswing
Lexicographical Neighbors of Outswinging
Literary usage of Outswinging
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1897)
"The boat rocked madly, lurched on its side, was dragged under by the outswinging sail. Under the serene sky, insensible-seeming as a brazen vault, ..."
2. Adventures in Home-making by Robert Shackleton, Elizabeth Shackleton (1910)
"A carpenter, coming to put in the window, and finding it low and broad, with two outswinging sash, said: "All right, but you need bars across, ..."
3. Fundamentals in Elementary Education by Claude Anderson Phillips (1916)
"Fire-escapes and outswinging doors in the exits must be provided, as required by law. There must be at least 12 square feet of floor ..."
4. The Bird Book by Fannie Hardy Eckstorm (1901)
"A warm ocean current with warm, moist winds will turn the isotherm upward,as on the Pacific coast; the outswinging of the Gulf Stream from the Gulf of Maine ..."
5. Students' Laboratory Manual of Physical Geography by Albert Perry Brigham (1904)
"(Draw, or imagine, lines tangent to the principal outswinging beds on the east and wost, and estimate the average width of the strip lying between them. ..."
6. Moral Law and Civil Law Parts of the Same Thing by Eli F. Ritter (1896)
"Not Providing outswinging Doors. Defrauding Creditors. Appropriating Estrays. Entry on State Lands. Horse Racing on Highways. Running Horses in Towns. ..."