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Outgo   Listen
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Outgo  n.  (pl. outgoes)  That which goes out, or is paid out; outlay; expenditure; the opposite of income; as, when one's outgo exceeds one's income, distress follows quickly.






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"Outgo" Quotes from Famous Books



... the brood of little chicks under her care. The cows went out to pasture. Holcroft brought in an increasing number of overflowing pails of milk, and if the labors of the dairy grew more exacting, they also grew more profitable. The tide had turned; income was larger than outgo, and it truly seemed to the long-harassed man that an era of peace ...
— He Fell in Love with His Wife • Edward P. Roe

... Christian. Hopeful also approved of the soundness of Christian's answer; so there was a great silence among them. Mr. By-ends and his company also staggered and kept behind, that Christian and Hopeful might outgo them. Then said Christian to his fellow, If these men cannot stand before the sentence of men, what will they do with the sentence of God? And if they are mute when dealt with by vessels of clay, what will they do when they shall be rebuked ...
— The Pilgrim's Progress - From this world to that which is to come. • John Bunyan



Words linked to "Outgo" :   outsmart, out-herod, outpace, spending, surmount, outgrow, transferred property, cost, circumvent, vanquish, outlay, outmatch, beat, overreach, break, outdraw, outcry, outbrave, outwit, outperform, outfox, outdo, outrange, transferred possession, surpass, outweigh, outwear, outroar, expense, outshout



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