outlet

[ out-let, -lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF outlet

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTLET

This fjord has its outlet in Barkley Sound on the west side of the island.

In man, the gateway to the soul; in woman, the outlet of the heart.

There was also an outlet to the street to carry off the overflow.

No water could be seen, however, as a sharp turn cut off our view of the outlet.

We were prisoners there with no outlet, and so our death was only a question of time.

He must find in that an outlet for his character, so that he may justify his work to their eyes.

The outlet is under water, so you won't be seen from the docks.

There was no longer any question of finding an outlet for resentment.

They were only too glad to be able to find such an outlet to their feelings.

Attalano rowed across the river into the outlet of one of the lagoons.

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