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Definition of "outworking" []

  • Defences which lie outside main defensive works (noun)
  • Work performed away from the factory, office, etc, by which it has been commissioned (noun)
  • To work better, harder, etc, than (verb)
  • To work out to completion (verb)
  • The process by which something is carried out or accomplished; the act or results of developing something. (noun)

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  • Present participle of outwork. (verb)

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Use "outworking" in a sentence
  • "You do not know what caused this man’s problem and if you did you would more than likely feel a lot more compassion for him, even though it’s outworking is so awful."
  • "This is just old Benito Mussolini reworked (and we all know the practical outworking of such a philosophy from collective experience — bad pun intended)."
  • "Northern Dave: This is just old Benito Mussolini reworked (and we all know the practical outworking of such a philosophy from collective experience — bad pun intended)."