• noun a ball that swings away towards the off-side, especially so as to pass outside off stump, from a line initially closer to middle stump
    Citation ‘Simpson … played a stylish little innings until he reached across too far and touched an out-swinger from Lindwall, sending a difficult wide chance which Langley held with clever agility’ (Cardus 1978)
    Citation ‘Kapil runs into bowl … leaping into the delivery stride, elegantly side-on, and then comes down hard on the deck with his left foot to release a perfect outswinger’ (Bhattacharya 2006)