noun, plural outhouses
[out-hou-ziz] /ˈaʊtˌhaʊ zɪz/ (Show IPA)
an outbuilding with one or more seats and a pit serving as a toilet; privy.
a building near to, but separate from, a main building; outbuilding
(US) an outside lavatory
early 14c., “shed, outbuilding,” from out + house (n.). Sense of “a privy” (principally American English) is first attested 1819.
[huhs-uh l] /ˈhʌs əl/ verb (used without object), hustled, hustling. 1. to proceed or work rapidly or energetically: to hustle about putting a house in order. 2. to push or force one’s way; jostle or shove. 3. to be aggressive, especially in business or other financial dealings. 4. Slang. to earn one’s living by illicit […]
[ou-tee] /ˈaʊ ti/ noun, Informal. 1. a protruding navel. 2. a person having such a navel. n. in reference to navels, by 1972, from out (adv.) + -ie. modifier : I suspect that the Cardinal arts editor has an outie belly button, and I have an innie belly button noun A convex navel (1980s+) [probably […]
noun 1. a light cotton flannel with a short, dense nap.
[ou-ting] /ˈaʊ tɪŋ/ noun 1. a pleasure trip, excursion, picnic, or the like: the annual outing for the senior class. 2. a public appearance, as by a participant in an athletic contest or event: The new player scored spectacularly in his second outing with the team. 3. the intentional exposure of a secret homosexual, especially […]