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1outboard

adjective out·board \ˈat-ˌbrd\

: located on or toward the outside of a vehicle (such as an airplane or ship)

Full Definition of OUTBOARD

1
:  situated outboard
2
:  having, using, or limited to the use of an outboard motor

First Known Use of OUTBOARD

circa 1823

2outboard

adverb

Definition of OUTBOARD

1
:  outside a ship's bulwarks :  in a lateral direction from the hull
2
:  in a position closer or closest to either of the wingtips of an airplane or to the sides of an automobile

First Known Use of OUTBOARD

circa 1848

3outboard

noun

Definition of OUTBOARD

2
:  a boat with an outboard motor

First Known Use of OUTBOARD

1935

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