Definition of outland in English:

outland

Syllabification: out·land
Pronunciation: /ˈoutˌland
 
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noun

(often outlands)
  • Remote or distant territory: barbarian chiefs from the outlands
    More example sentences
    • My wife, child and mother-in-law left Friday for the outlands of the state, leaving me and the dog to amuse ourselves in the time-honored method: staying up until 3 AM watching Star Wars with the stereo pumped up to 11.
    • I am not one of those epicures who will spend his ducats in search of a new sensation that will gladhand a few obscure tastebuds in the outlands of his tongue.
    • I don't get to the outlands often,’ he said smiling.

adjective

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  • 1Remote; distant.
  • 1.1Foreign: in the charge of outland kings

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