Definition of Outsay

1. to surpass in saying [v -SAID, -SAYING, -SAYS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outsay

outsail
outsailed
outsailing
outsails
outsang
outsat
outsave
outsaved
outsaves
outsaving
outsavor
outsavored
outsavoring
outsavors
outsaw
outsay (current term)
outsaying
outsays
outscent
outscented
outscenting
outscents
outscheme
outschemed
outschemes
outscheming
outscold
outscolded
outscolding
outscolds

Literary usage of Outsay

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1853)
"... by her sweeping assertion, bastardise the second E. of Northumberland, but, in her zeal to outsay all that “ ancient heralds” ever can have said, ..."

2. Academica: An Occasional Journal (1858)
"... appeared determined to outsay all that had been said before, and utterly regardless of Mr. Robinson's caution, he on that occasion is reported to have ..."

3. Sheila Vedder by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr (1911)
"My dear, Captain Vedder could outsay you twenty times over—kind, polite things, that would make you want to cry with vexation. ..."

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