1. Arable land which has been or is being exhausted. See Infield, 1. [Scot.]
2. A field beyond, or separated from, the inclosed land about the homestead; an uninclosed or unexplored
tract. Also used figuratively.
The great outfield of thought or fact.Trench.
3. (Baseball) The part of the field beyond the diamond, or infield. It is occupied by the fielders.
4. (Cricket) The part of the field farthest from the batsman.
(Out"fit) n. A fitting out, or equipment, as of a ship for a voyage, or of a person for an expedition
in an unoccupied region or residence in a foreign land; things required for equipment; the expense of, or
allowance made for, equipment, as by the government of the United States to a diplomatic agent going
(Out"fit`ter) n. One who furnishes outfits for a voyage, a journey, or a business.
(Out*flank") v. t. (Mil.) To go beyond, or be superior to, on the flank; to pass around or turn
the flank or flanks of.
(Out*flat"ter) v. t. To exceed in flattering.
(Out"fling`), n. A gibe; a contemptuous remark.
(Out"flow`) n. A flowing out; efflux.
(Out*flow") v. i. To flow out. Campbell.
(Out*fly") v. t. [imp. Outflew ; p. p. Outflown ; p. pr. & vb. n. Outflying.] To surpass in
flying; to fly beyond or faster than. Shak.
Winged with fear outflies the wind.Waller.
(Out*fool"), v. t. To exceed in folly. [R.] Young.
(Out"form) n. External appearance. [Obs.]
(Out*frown") v. t. To frown down; to overbear by frowning. Shak.
(Out"gate`) n. An outlet. [Obs.] Spenser.
(Out*gaze") v. t. To gaze beyond; to exceed in sharpness or persistence of seeing or of looking; hence,
to stare out of countenance.
(Out*gen"er*al) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Outgeneraled or Outgeneralled; p. pr. & vb. n. Outgeneraling
or Outgeneralling.] To exceed in generalship; to gain advantage over by superior military skill or executive
ability; to outmaneuver. Chesterfield.
(Out*give") v. t. To surpass in giving. Dryden.
(Out*go") v. t. [imp. Outwent ; p. p. Outgone ; p. pr. & vb. n. Outgoing.]
1. To go beyond; to exceed in swiftness; to surpass; to outdo.
2. To circumvent; to overreach. [Obs.] Denham.