out·field / ˈoutˌfēld/ • n. 1. the outer part of the field of play in various sports, in particular: ∎ Baseball the grassy area beyond the infield. ∎ Cricket the part of the field furthest from the wicket. ∎ [treated as sing. or pl.] the players stationed in the outfield, collectively.2. the outlying land of a farm.DERIVATIVES: out·field·er n.