- A port city or harbor that will be secondary to a primary slot.
- A harbor or port at some length through the chief city or seat of trade.
- A port at some distance from seat of trade or from the main customhouse: distinguished from close port. Simmonds.
- a subsidiary interface built in deeper liquid than the original interface (but often farther from center of trade)
- Definition for "outport"
- Sentence for "outport"
- Hypernym for "outport"