outer : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a being on the outside or further from a center
spent hours adorning the outer man
the outer suburbs
- s located outside
- s being on or toward the outside of the body
the outer ear
- a not allowed to continue to bat or run
- s being out or having grown cold
- s not worth considering as a possibility
- s out of power; especially having been unsuccessful in an election
- s excluded from use or mention
- s directed outward or serving to direct something outward
- s no longer fashionable
- s outside or external
- s outer or outlying
- s knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
- Six inches long and shaped like a cigar, it consists of two tubes, a balloon-like outer bladder surrounding a narrow tube, with an air hose that leads from the outer tube to a .
- The lines between the outer rim and the center hole were metal blades.
- Laptop makers are planning to design small screens on the outer body so you can read incoming messages or choose music without opening the case.
- Mike Easley in Forbes
The greatest danger will be flooding in low lying areas and on roads, such as Highway 12 on the Outer Banks,said North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley. "The most deaths during tropical storms occur when people drive into flood waters and drown....
- Nancy Pelosi in Politico
In the radio address, Pelosi said the Democrats' plan "will consider opening portions of the Outer Continental Shelf for drilling, with appropriate safeguards, and without taxpayer subsidies for Big Oil."
- Mary Landrieu in BusinessWeek
This could be devastating to our state and the Gulf coast,Landrieu said. "But we want to make sure that as outer continental shelf development takes place, it's done in a safe way."