outbound

[out-bound]
adjective
outward bound: an outbound freighter.

Origin:
1590–1600; out- + -bound2

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outbound (ˈaʊtˌbaʊnd)
 
adj
going out; outward bound

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Example sentences
When fusion slows, outbound pressure drops and the star's core begins to
  condense under gravity-becoming ever denser and hotter.
Lovejoy was really shifting through the gears on it's outbound journey.
The links that had once mattered were the ones you offered on your blog, the
  so-called outbound links pointing to other sites.
The cargo of these outbound ships tends to be on the less-than-glamorous side.
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