An attempt by Brock Turner’s lawyer to have his sexual assault conviction overturned—based on a claim that Turner only intended to have outercourse with his victim—sent hundreds of people to the dictionary (and to the @dictionarycom Twitter) to find out if outercourse was a real word. The verdict? It is indeed. Popularized in the 1990s, outercourse means sexual activity between two or more people that does not involve penetration.
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