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Farther from the centre of the inside.
An outer part.
(quote-journal) (London)|date=7 February 2015|page=G8|passage='Phil Cornish' snowdrop variety is like a cross between a pixie hat and a pagoda, with elegant upswept outers petals marked in a green colour-wash at the top and warpaint slashes at the lower end.
A shot which strikes the outer of a target.
''We ordered two cartons with twelve outers in each.''
Someone who admits to something publicly.
Someone who outs another.
2002, Simon Gage, Lisa Richards, Howard Wilmot, ''Queer: The Ultimate User's Guide'' (page 88)
- From the early 90s, these were some of the fiercest debates raging in the gay press and in gay and straight bars worldwide as blabbermouths blabbed, sometimes just for the sheer hell of it, and gay celebrities ran for cover or bit the bullet and pipped the outers to the post.
One who supports leaving the Union.
(de-adj form of)