verb out·stretch \ˌat-ˈstrech\

Definition of OUTSTRETCH

transitive verb
:  to stretch out :  extend

Examples of OUTSTRETCH

  1. <the dog had outstretched his legs and was lying across the width of the doorway>
  2. <having outstretched our lunch break beyond all reason, we reluctantly headed back to work>

First Known Use of OUTSTRETCH

15th century

Rhymes with OUTSTRETCH


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