verb (used with object) Eastern North Midland and South Atlantic States.
Examples from the Web for outen
So I reckon you'd bettah come 'long home with me this evenin', outen all this fuss.'Crestlands|Mary Addams Bayne
"I don't strike down even a man like you outen sheer hate an' vengeance," he declared, with an electrical vibrance of pitch.The Roof Tree|Charles Neville Buck
"You stole that cayuse last night outen Stevenson's corral," continued Charley, merely as a matter of form.Bar-20 Days|Clarence E. Mulford
Here's de checks, an' dey come outen yer own pocket, yer black-hearted old scoundrel!Derrick Sterling|Kirk Monroe
So whin he go' outen de house at night, he ain't dast shut he eyes, 'ca'se den ain't nobody can see him in de least.Humorous Ghost Stories|Dorothy Scarborough