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outward–bound

adjective out·ward–bound \ˌat-wərd-ˈband\

Definition of OUTWARD-BOUND

:  bound in an outward direction or to foreign parts <an outward–bound ship>

First Known Use of OUTWARD-BOUND

1602

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