outgoer

noun

Definition of outgoer

  1. :  one that goes out separate ways for outgoers and incomers — Lew Wallace: such as a :  an outgoing tenant the outgoer could retain use of the farmhouse … until the 12th of May — A. D. Rees b :  a clay target that is moving away from the shooter

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Origin and Etymology of outgoer

3out + goer (after go out)


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