Out*fang"thef (?), n. [AS. t-fangen-eof. See Out, Fang, v. t., and Thief.] Anglo-Saxon & O. Eng.Law (a)

A thief from without or abroad, taken within a lord's fee or liberty.

(b)

The privilege of trying such a thief.

Burrill.

 

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