outing : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a journey taken for pleasure
- n a day devoted to an outdoor social gathering
- v to state openly and publicly one's homosexuality
- v reveal (something) about somebody's identity or lifestyle
- v be made known; be disclosed or revealed
- Continues to document interesting news (sample headline: "Six Skulls Found in Strippers Home") and get the occasional big scoop, like outing writer James Frey.
- This is very different than a whistle-blower outing government misconduct.
- For a substantial fee, one of the company's roster of beautiful female professional golfers will play a round or two with you and your co-workers at a corporate outing, with your .
- Carlos Bocanegra in USA Today
We obviously had a bad outing in 2006,captain Carlos Bocanegra said Tuesday. "It's important for us because we had that disappointment in '06. It's not extra motivation, but it's in the back of our minds. You work so hard for the World...
- Scott Kazmir in International Herald Tribune
I was very eager for this opportunity to get back out there and try to redeem myself from my last outing,said Kazmir, who allowed five runs in 4 1-3 innings in Game 2. "I'm not really going to think about it too much, about 'This win right...
- Paul Maholm in ESPN
It was one of those days. It was the worst outing of my career,he said. "You leave pitches over the middle and fall behind and that's what happens."