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Outhouses

OUTHOUSES. Buildings adjoining to or belonging to dwelling-houses.
     2. It is not easy to say what comes within and what is excluded from the meaning of out-house. It has been decided that a school-room, separated from the dwelling-house by a narrow passage about a yard wide, the roof of which was partly upheld by that of the dwelling-house, the two buildings, together with some other, and the court which enclosed them, being rented by the same person, was properly described as an out-house: Russ. & R. C. C. 295; see, for other cases, 3 Inst. 67; Burn's Just., Burning, II; 1 Leach, 49; 2 East's P. C. 1020, 1021. Vide House.

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Outgeneral
Outgive
Outgo
Outgoer
Outgoing
Outground
Outgrow
Outgrowth
Outguard
outguess
Outgush
Outhaul
Outhees
Outher
Outhire
outhouse
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Outing
Outjest
Outjet
Outjuggle
Outkeeper
Outknave
Outlabor
Outland
Outlander
Outlandish
outlandishly
outlandishness
Outlast
Outlaugh
Outlaw
outlawed
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