Definition of Outglowing

1. Verb. (present participle of outglow) ¹



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Definition of Outglowing

1. outglow [v] - See also: outglow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outglowing

outgivings
outglare
outglared
outglares
outglaring
outgleam
outgleamed
outgleaming
outgleams
outglitter
outglittered
outglittering
outglitters
outglow
outglowed
outglowing (current term)
outglows
outgnaw
outgnawed
outgnawing
outgnawn
outgnaws
outgo
outgoer
outgoers
outgoes
outgoing
outgoingly
outgoingness
outgoingnesses

Literary usage of Outglowing

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1. Daniel Deronda by George Eliot (1876)
"There is a way of looking at our life daily as an escape, and taking the quiet return of morn and evening—still more the star-like outglowing of some pure ..."

2. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1894)
"There is a way of looking at our life daily as an escape, and taking the quiet return of morn and evening — still more the starlike outglowing of some pure ..."

3. The United States Magazine and Democratic Review (1846)
"... which sometimes pass from one to the other, spanning and outglowing them both. Yet in some of the requisites of a historian Hume wan unrivalled. ..."

4. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1846)
"... east or the glowing west ; or one of those early afternoon rainbows, which sometimes pass from one to the other, spanning and outglowing them both. ..."

5. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1868)
"... language and the grandeur of his thoughts outglowing his prejudices, he expands thus, in oft-quoted words, the motto of this magazine ..."

6. The Magazine of Poetry by Charles Wells Moulton (1894)
"Was it but a dream Of a flower-enameled meadow, Of a fair hand in mine, Mary, Of a dear head on my breast, Of a lip and cheek outglowing The red light of ..."

7. The Basis of Faith: A Critical Survey of the Grounds of Christian Theism by Eustace R. Conder (1877)
"... sex, race, or circumstance ; capable of dominating every other passion, of outglowing the fires of youth, defying the chill of time and care, ..."

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