outfall definition

  • noun:
    • where a sewer, strain, or flow discharges.
    • A sudden eruption of soldiers from a fortified destination; sally.
    • A quarrel; a falling away.
    • The point or host to release of a river, drain, culvert, sewer, etc.; mouth; embouchure.
    • The mouth of a river; the reduced end of a water program; the open-end of a drain, culvert, etc., where release occurs.
    • A quarrel; a falling away.
    • the idea or place of release of a river, empty, culvert, sewer, etc.; lips; embouchure.
    • A sudden eruption of troops from a fortified place; a sally.
    • A quarrel; a falling out.
    • That which is released from an outfall. See outfall, 1.
    • the socket of a river or deplete or any other source of liquid
  • verb:
    • To burst forth, as upon an enemy; make a sally.
  • others:
    • to-burst forth, as upon the opponent; make a sally.

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