outland[ noun out-land; adjective out-land, -luh nd ]SEE DEFINITION OF outland
Synonyms for outland
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTLAND
Suffer it not that Brighteyes be cut down of northerners and outland men.
Might I trouble you, Sir, to tell us the nearest way to Outland!
There has been no such Vice in Outland for many a long year, as he would be!
So I suggested that he might do it by doubling the value of every coin and bank-note in Outland.
The wedding was to have been this morning at ten in the Outland King's cathedral.
They were singing some outland melody that was full of the surge of ocean breezes and the cries of the sea birds.
No white man, much less no outland man of the other bush-tribes, had gazed upon the Red One and lived.
The sails had filled with wind, and the vessel was moving ever so slowly towards Outland.
For if he be late, even by five minutes, the Outland King has bargained that he must die.
Out yonder on the sea lies the ship of my son, the Prince, who has sailed for Outland to bring home a bride.