Word:

outspan

out`span´
v. t. & i.1.To unyoke or disengage, as oxen from a wagon; to unharness (a horse).
n.1.The act of outspanning.
2.A place where outspanning is done;
Verb1.outspan - remove the yoke or harness from; "unspan the draft animals"
Antonyms:
inspan - attach a yoke or harness to; "inspan the draft animals"
animal husbandry, inspan, unharness, unyoke
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Outsider
outsider art
Outsing
Outsit
outsize
outsized
Outskirt
outskirts
Outsleep
Outslide
outsmart
Outsoar
Outsole
Outsound
outsource
outsourcing
-- outspan --
Outsparkle
Outspeak
Outspeed
Outspend
Outspin
Outspoken
outspokenly
outspokenness
Outsport
Outspread
Outspring
Outstand
Outstanding
outstandingly
Outstare
Outstart
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