out-box

[out-boks]
noun
a boxlike tray, basket, or the like, as on a desk, for holding outgoing mail, messages, or work.
Also called out-basket.
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outbox

[out-boks]
verb (used with object)
to surpass in boxing: I've seen the champ outbox better fighters than this one.

Origin:
1860–65; out- + box2

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outbox (ˈaʊtˌbɒks)
 
n
1.  a US and Canadian name for out-tray (on a computer) a folder in a mailbox in which outgoing messages are stored and displayed
2.  a US and Canadian name for out-tray (on a computer) a folder in a mailbox in which outgoing messages are stored and displayed

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Example sentences
She handled the check for mere seconds, accepting it from him and then immediately putting it in her outbox.
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