outing

[ ou-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF outing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTING

Coupeau, however, considered that their outing could not end like that.

The outing had been projected a long time, and was to be the last of the season.

I came here in the first place just to enjoy a pleasant summer's outing.

I told one or two, in case—they do so simply love an outing.

When she returned, for she did come back alone, there were allusions made to that outing.

Baskets, swinging from their shoulders, told of the jolly day's outing.

"I trust all of you enjoy the outing," he went on, his kindly face beaming.

Evidently all had enjoyed the outing, but they were weary, and soon retired.

Then she smiled to find some one who knew it was not the outing she immediately prized.

It was evident that nothing could add to their enjoyment of this outing.

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