[out-bil-ding] /ˈaʊtˌbɪl dɪŋ/
a detached subordinate to a main .
a building subordinate to but separate from a main building; outhouse
“a detached or subordinate building,” 1620s, from out + building (n.).
[out-burst] /ˈaʊtˌbɜrst/ noun 1. a sudden and violent release or outpouring: an outburst of tears. 2. a sudden spell of activity, energy, etc. 3. a public disturbance; riot; outbreak. 4. a forth; eruption. /ˈaʊtˌbɜːst/ noun 1. a sudden and violent expression of emotion 2. an explosion or eruption n. 1650s, from out + burst (v.). […]
[out-kast, -kahst] /ˈaʊtˌkæst, -ˌkɑst/ noun 1. a person who is rejected or out, as from home or society: In the beginning the area was settled by outcasts, adventurers, and felons. 2. a homeless wanderer; vagabond. 3. rejected matter; refuse. adjective 4. out, as from one’s home or society: an outcast son. 5. pertaining to or […]
[out-kast, -kahst] /ˈaʊtˌkæst, -ˌkɑst/ noun 1. (in India) a person who has left or been expelled from his or her . 2. a person of no . /ˈaʊtˌkɑːst/ noun 1. a person who has been expelled from a caste 2. a person having no caste verb 3. (transitive) to cause (someone) to lose his caste
[chahyd] /tʃaɪd/ verb (used with object), chided or chid [chid] /tʃɪd/ (Show IPA), chided or chid or chidden [chid-n] /ˈtʃɪd n/ (Show IPA), chiding. 1. to express disapproval of; scold; reproach: The principal chided the children for their thoughtless pranks. 2. to harass, nag, impel, or the like by chiding: She chided him into apologizing. […]