Definition of Outspoke

1. Verb. (simple past of outspeak) ¹



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Definition of Outspoke

1. outspeak [v] - See also: outspeak

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outspoke

outsped
outspeed
outspeeded
outspeeding
outspeeds
outspell
outspelled
outspelling
outspells
outspelt
outspend
outspending
outspends
outspent
outspin
outspoke (current term)
outspoken
outspokenly
outspokenness
outspokennesses
outsport
outsported
outsporting
outsports
outsprang
outspread
outspreading
outspreadingly
outspreads
outspring

Literary usage of Outspoke

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1. The Edinburgh Literary Journal, Or, Weekly Register of Criticism and Belles by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1831)
"It's thus outspoke the dying man, " Ye bad and envious crew! ... It's outspoke Hagen then,—" In truth I see no cause IV tears, For with him ends ..."

2. The Cid Ballads, and Other Poems and Translations from Spanish and German by James Young Gibson, Margaret Dunlop Gibson, Agnes Smith Lewis (1887)
"outspoke the honest pilgrims, they spoke both firm and free: "The Countess hath not ... outspoke the pilgrim stranger, who the daring deed had done : "I am ..."

3. The Cid Ballads, and Other Poems and Translations from Spanish and German by James Young Gibson, Margaret Dunlop Gibson (1898)
"outspoke the honest pilgrims, they spoke both firm and free: " The Countess hath not ... outspoke the pilgrim stranger who the daring deed had done : " I am ..."

4. Autobiography of Samuel S. Hildebrand: The Renowned Missouri "bushwhacker by Samuel S. Hildebrand, James W. Evans, Abraham Wendell Keith (1870)
"outspoke Duke Amelung; " Beware! since one should meet thee—a rider brave and 3'oung. ... outspoke of Bern, Sir Dietrich, "now let that counsel be, ..."

5. The Odyssey by Homer (1903)
"First then outspoke the prince Aegyptius there. Bowed down with age was he, and deep of lore: For with divine Odysseus long of yore His son, the spearman ..."

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