One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Outside; beyond.‘he has lived outwith Scotland for only five years’
on the far side of, on the farther side of, on the other side of, further on than, behind, past, afterView synonyms
- ‘Increasingly, specialist care is provided outwith hospitals and those patients who need to go to hospital stay there for shorter periods.’
- ‘He must've lived here with other people, but as it's outwith the 1901 census I'm not exactly sure how I can find out.’
- ‘The panel is likely to favour somebody who has done really exceptional work outwith their duty and beyond PR associations.’
- ‘And outwith the galleries' jurisdiction, there is another challenge.’
- ‘In the 1960s, the guide began covering countries outwith France.’
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