Definition of Outpeers

1. Verb. (third-person singular of outpeer) ¹



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Definition of Outpeers

1. outpeer [v] - See also: outpeer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outpeers

outpart
outparts
outpatient
outpatient anaesthesia
outpatients
outpeep
outpeeped
outpeeps
outpeer
outpeered
outpeering
outpeers (current term)
outpeople
outpeopled
outpeoples
outpeopling
outperform
outperformance
outperformed
outperformer
outperformers
outperforming
outperforms
outpitch
outpitched

Literary usage of Outpeers

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1. The World's Great Sermons by Grenville Kleiser (1908)
"... but that is the individual who outpeers in wretchedness all his fellows, who throughout the whole expanse of nature and society meets not an object that ..."

2. The National Preacher (1843)
"... and for sublimity of thought and language, Isaiah confessedly outpeers all that was ever produced out of the land of Palestine. ..."

3. The American National Preacher (1841)
"TIU; NATIONAL PREACHER. and his claims set at nought; and he saw that there the great act .of national crime, which outpeers all other deeds of guilt, ..."

4. The National Preacher by Austin Dickinson (1841)
"and his claims set at nought; and he saw that there the great act of national crime, which outpeers all other deeds of guilt, wa«» about to be ..."

5. Sermons and Discourses: Now Completed by the Introduction of His Posthumous by Thomas Chalmers (1877)
"... only outpeers him in his expressions of contempt for the priesthood, and of impetuous» defiance to all that wears the stamp of authority in the land. ..."

6. The Works of Thomas Chalmers by Thomas Chalmers (1840)
"But that is the individual who outpeers in wretchedness all his fellows, who, throughout the whole expanse of nature and society, meets not an object that ..."

7. Pulpit Eloquence of the Nineteenth Century: Being Supplementary to the by Henry Clay Fish, Edwards Amasa Park (1871)
"Another dreams of honor : he is beyond all his competitors ; he has carried all the prizes of scholarship ; he outpeers all others in his profession; ..."

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