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out- +‎ world


outworld (plural outworlds)

  1. (science fiction, often attributive) A planet that is remote from the homeworld of a civilization.
    • 2010, BioWare, Mass Effect 2[1] (Science Fiction), Redwood City: Electronic Arts, →OCLC, archived from the original on 31 October 2019, PC, scene: Citadel Zakera Level 27 Advertisement:
      Shepard, it's been two years since you had a job. Isn't it time you rectified that?
      Exciting opportunities await Alliance citizens like you on the outworld colonies.
  2. (fantasy) Any civilization seen as remote from the speaker's perspective.

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