Definition of Outgrin
1. to surpass in grinning [v -GRINNED, -GRINNING, -GRINS] - See also: grinning
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Literary usage of Outgrin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Collected Poems of Margaret L. Woods by Margaret Louisa Woods (1914)
"There's one will outgrin her here. Now he's at the fence and over, Strutting up the garden, prouder Than a piper. Loud and louder The drum he bangs That ..."
2. Journal of a Wanderer: Being a Residence of India, and Six Weeks in North (1844)
"... in his speech to him : " Yes, gentlemen, he may get some votes by grinning, for he can outgrin me, and you know I aint slow. You all know I love hunting ..."