outwith

/ (ˌaʊtˈwɪθ) /

preposition

mainly Scot outside; beyond

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Example sentences from the Web for outwith

  • The prisoner sees his agent in view of but outwith the hearing of the warder.

  • The prognosis of the mental state of victims to tic is outwith our province: it is a topic long since handled by psychiatrists.