Definition of outie in English:

outie

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Pronunciation: /ˈaʊti
 
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noun (plural outies)

informal
1South African A homeless person: a hardened outie becomes resigned to sleeping in shop doorways
More example sentences
  • Jo'burg's 'outies' are reluctantly having to change their travel plans. Their outlawing by the Durban City Council means that few of these self-styled 'gentlemen of the road' will be making their annual trek to Durban.
  • They insist they are not hobos; rather they prefer to be called outies.
  • 'If I can rehabilitate just one out of 50 "outies" I will be happy,’ he said.
2 (also outy) A convex navel: her belly button is clearly an outie
More example sentences
  • Bellybuttons can generally be divided into innies and outies.
  • Daisy's cord fell off - and it looks like she hasn't got an outy.
  • Umbilicoplasty turns that "outy" inwards.

Origin

1970s: from out + -ie.

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