outy

outsy

and outy (ˈɑʊtsi and ˈɑʊtɪ)
n. a navel that protrudes. (Compare this with insy.) Is yours an insy or an outsy?

outy

verb
See outsy
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Rosalind Outy and Ian Mackenzie, both 10, pupils of |Stokesley Junior School, get the thumbs up from their classmates for their own version of Guy Fawkes in November 1977, above, and women of the Land Army on a farm near Stokesley during the Second World War, left
Gondard pointed outy that results in Europe illustrated that a small to medium enterprise operating 100 vehicles saved Dh115,584 ($30,378) in annual fuel costs after the training, representing 153,216kg less of CO2 emissions released in the atmosphere.
The plots secured by the firm are in Outy John Lane in the leafy glades of Pedmore, near Stourbridge, one of the most expensive, up-market areas in the country.
Whitley Bay Madrid turned on the style in the second half in their match against Red House Farm to run outy 6-2 victors.
Every school should have a mandatory lesson (on sexuality) and I don't mean what an inny and an outy is,'' she clarifies.
His ghastly grimace is a practice run for the Halloween party organised by the Billingham Carnival Association in October, 1978 Rockets explode over Dunedin House during the Stockton Riverside firework display in1992 Rosalind Outy and Ian , both 10, pupils of Stokesley Junior School, get the thumbs up from their classmates for their own version of Guy Fawkes in 1977 ?