Like the planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune [Crossword Clue Answer]

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Like the planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune [Crossword Clue]

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  • OUTER (5 Letters/Characters)

Crossword Answer Definition

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Outer Planets

The four outer planets of our Solar System, also called the Jovian, or giant, planetsJupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptuneare large objects with densities less than 2 grams per cubic cm; they are composed primarily of hydrogen and helium (Jupiter and Saturn) or of ice, rock, hydrogen, and helium (Uranus and Neptune).



adjective: outer

  1. outside; external.
  2. objective or physical; not subjective.


noun: outer; plural noun: outers

  1. British an outer garment or part of one.
  2. British (in archery and shooting) the division of a target furthest from the bullseye.
    • a shot that strikes the outer.
  3. British container in which packaged objects are placed for transport or display.
  4. Informal Australian the part of a racecourse outside the enclosure.

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