outfield definition

  • noun:
    • Baseball The playing area extending outward through the diamond, split into left, center, and right field.
    • Baseball The position played by an outfielder.
    • Baseball The members of a team playing when you look at the outfield.
    • The region of field between your infield and exterior fence.
    • the spot associated with the area approximately outside of the infield or perhaps the wicket-keeper, slips, gully, point, cover, mid off, mid-on, midwicket and square-leg.
    • Arable land that has been or is being fatigued. See infield, 1.
    • A field beyond, or divided from, the inclosed land about the homestead; an uninclosed or unexplored tract. Additionally made use of figuratively.
    • The part of the baseball area beyond the diamond, or infield. Its occupied because of the fielders, and in most cases considered as divided into remaining area, center field, and correct industry, named as viewed from your home dish.
    • The area of the industry farthest through the batsman.
    • In Scotland, arable land that is continually cropped without having to be manured, until its fatigued. See infield.
    • A name given to uninclosed farm places well away from the farmstead.
    • An out-lying area; an undefined or long world, district, or domain.
    • identify industry, 3.
    • the region of a baseball playing industry beyond the lines connecting the bases

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