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outfall (plural outfalls)
- (obsolete) A sudden eruption of troops from a fortified place; sally.
- (dialectal) A quarrel; a falling out.
- The point or place of discharge of a river, drain, culvert, sewer, etc.; mouth; embouchure.
- 2014 October 18, Matt Weiser, “Could desalination solve California’s water problem?”, in The Sacramento Bee, retrieved 20150315:
- The rules focus primarily on two crucial operating features: seawater intakes and outfalls.