outbuilding

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Etymology[edit]

out +‎ building

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outbuilding (plural outbuildings)

  1. A building, such as a barn, shed, or garage, that is separate from, but associated with some main building
    • 2020 September 1, Nicholas Barber, “Five stars for I'm Thinking of Ending Things”, in BBC[1]:
      Once they reach the remote farm, Jake insists on giving Lucy a tour of the outbuildings before they go into the house, a tour that includes some lambs that have frozen to death in a barn, and the spot where a pig was eaten alive by maggots.

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Verb[edit]

outbuilding

  1. present participle of outbuild