- 1830, Christina Rossetti, Goblin Market, The Prince's Progress, and Other Poems:
- We build our houses on the sand Comely withoutside and within; 20 But when the winds and rains begin To beat on them, they cannot stand; They perish, quickly overthrown, Loose from the very basement stone.
- 1814, Matthew Flinders, A Voyage to Terra Australis:
- At noon, he got withoutside of the reef by a second opening more to the north; for, having observed the latitude to be 22 deg. 17', his intention was to seek for the River of Jacob Remessens (near the North-west Cape); but the wind veering to north-east, he could no longer follow the direction of the coast.