Outfall meaning

out'fôl'
The place where a sewer, drain, or stream discharges.
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The outlet of a river, sewer, etc.
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The place where a sewer, drain, or stream discharges.
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(obsolete) To burst forth, as upon an enemy; make a sally.
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(dialectal) A quarrel; a falling out.
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The point or place of discharge of a river, drain, culvert, sewer, etc.; mouth; embouchure.
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Origin of outfall

From Middle English outfallen, equivalent to out- +"Ž fall. Compare Dutch uitvallen (“to fall out, sally"), German ausfallen (“to fall out, lunge"), Swedish utfalla (“to fall out").