Definition of outhauler in US English:

outhauler

noun

Nautical
  • A rope or line for hauling out; specifically: (a) = "outhaul"; (b) a rope for hauling a net to the surface of the water (rare).

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in John Smeaton (1724–1792), civil engineer. From out- + hauler.

Pronunciation

outhauler

/ˈaʊthɔːlə/