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outings, plural;
  1. A trip taken for pleasure, esp. one lasting a day or less
    • - they would go on family outings to the movies
  2. A brief journey from home
    • - her daily outing to the stores
  3. An appearance in something, as an athletic event or show
    • - her first screen outing in three years
  4. The act or practice of revealing the homosexuality of a person

  1. excursion: a journey taken for pleasure; "many summer excursions to the shore"; "it was merely a pleasure trip"; "after cautious sashays into the field"
  2. field day: a day devoted to an outdoor social gathering
  3. Outing refers to disclosing, and possibly publicizing, a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) person's true sexual orientation or gender identity without that person's consent.
  4. Outing was a late-nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American magazine covering a variety of sporting activities. It began publication in 1882 as the Wheelman and had four title changes before ceasing publication in 1923.
  5. "The Outing" is the fifty-seventh episode of the sitcom Seinfeld. It is the 17th episode of the fourth season, and first aired on February 11, 1993.
  6. The Outing (also released as The Lamp) is a 1987 horror film. The film was directed by Tom Daley, and stars Deborah Winters and James Huston. The movie was filmed in Houston, TX.
  7. "The Outing" is a 1965 short story by James Baldwin, taken from the short story collection, Going to Meet the Man.
  8. Outes is a municipality in the Spanish province of A Coruña. It has a population of 8202 (Spanish 2001 Census) and an area of 100 km².
  9. A pleasure trip or excursion; The practice of publicly revealing that a person is homosexual without that person's consent
  10. (Outings) Lyminge Pre-School transport is fully insured and in compliance with the law in relation to wearing seat belts and will be strictly enforced. ...
  11. At Wikimedia projects, "outing" is a term used to refer to unwelcome disclosure of an editor's personal information such as legal name, date of birth, identification numbers, home or workplace address, job title and work organization, telephone number, email address, or other contact information ...
  12. sending or posting material about a person that contains secrets or embarrassing information.
  13. Divulging the sexual orientation of an individual without her/his permission.