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outbound

adjective out·bound \ˈat-ˌband\

: traveling away from a place : outward bound

Full Definition of OUTBOUND

:  outward bound <outbound traffic>

Examples of OUTBOUND

  1. The airline has canceled all outbound flights.

First Known Use of OUTBOUND

1598

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