outfall outfall


  • (n) the outlet of a river or drain or other source of water


  1. Now De Long is at werk with five other companies on a $21 million contract to lay a five-mile-long sewer outfall into the Pacific off Los Angeles.
  2. The internet will survive the economic outfall, and this is the medium where the anti-Zionist side already reigns supreme.


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ennui ennui
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