Definition of Outsleeping

1. Verb. (present participle of outsleep) ¹



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Definition of Outsleeping

1. outsleep [v] - See also: outsleep

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outsleeping

outsits
outsitting
outsize
outsized
outsizes
outsizing
outskate
outskated
outskates
outskating
outskin
outskip
outskirt
outskirts
outsleep
outsleeping (current term)
outsleeps
outslept
outslick
outslicked
outslicking
outslicks
outslid
outslide
outsliding
outslug
outslugged
outslugging
outslugs
outsmart

Literary usage of Outsleeping

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1. An Appeal in Behalf of the Views of the Eternal World and State and the by Samuel Noble (1845)
"... And not outsleeping atom lag behind.'' Again : " No spot on earth but has supplied a grave, And human skulls the spacious ..."

2. Medical Union Number Six by William Harvey King (1904)
"outsleeping Rip Van Winkle?" "No," I replied, "I have not been asleep all this time, but have been on a desert island." "Evidently you have been far outside ..."

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