[out-lahy-ing] /ˈaʊtˌlaɪ ɪŋ/
at a distance from the center or the main body; remote; out-of-the-way:
outlying military posts.
outside the boundary or limit.
distant or remote from the main body or centre, as of a town or region
“outside certain limits,” 1660s, from out + present participle of lie (v.2). Meaning “remote from the center” is first recorded 1680s.
[out-man] /ˌaʊtˈmæn/ verb (used with object), outmanned, outmanning. 1. to surpass in manpower. /ˌaʊtˈmæn/ verb (transitive) -mans, -manning, -manned 1. to surpass in manpower 2. to surpass in manliness
[out-muh-noo-ver] /ˌaʊt məˈnu vər/ verb (used with object), outmanoeuvred, outmanoeuvring. 1. British. . /ˌaʊtməˈnuːvə/ verb 1. (transitive) to secure a strategic advantage over by skilful manoeuvre
[out-mahy-greyt] /ˈaʊtˌmaɪ greɪt/ verb (used without object), out-migrated, out-migrating. 1. to leave a region, community, etc., to move or settle into a different part of one’s country or home territory: People are no longer out-migrating from the South in such large numbers.
[out-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st] /ˈaʊtˌmoʊst or, esp. British, -məst/ adjective 1. farthest out; outermost. /ˈaʊtˌməʊst/ adjective 1. another word for outermost