Definition of outport in English:

outport

Syllabification: out·port
Pronunciation: /ˈoutˌpôrt
 
/

noun

A subsidiary port built near an existing one.
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  • The chapter on ports scarcely mentions the slave trade, much less their work on the English outports.

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