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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outrow
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Literary usage of Outrow
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1882)
"... jui'enis can outrow any sailor or fisherman on river or coast, and that his ever-to-be-venerated Alma Mater certifies to that fact. ..."
2. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1916)
"Jones, unable to manage well the flat-bottomed craft, had allowed his right hand to outrow his left, and was wide of the course. Looking over his shoulder, ..."
3. A Journal of the Proceedings in Georgia, Beginning October 20, 1737: By by William Stephens (1908)
"... supposing they could outrow our Guard-Boat, we had no Gun that could stop them from passing by: I thought it was well worth providing against, ..."
4. The Book of American Pastimes: Containing a History of the Principal Base by Charles A. Peverelly (1866)
"... "about which time," as the almanacs say, it will not answer for every boat-club to imagine that they can pick a six to outrow them. THE SCHUYLKILL NAVY. ..."
5. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"In that, his sons great alder-trunk outrow, Hollowed with fire and adze, to their rude need, For ferry of ewes, betwixt these grassy holms; That shoot seems ..."