Definition of Outsweep

1. to surpass in sweeping [v -SWEPT, -SWEEPING, -SWEEPS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outsweep

outsuffering
outsuffers
outsulk
outsulked
outsulking
outsulks
outsum
outsummed
outsums
outsung
outswam
outsware
outswear
outswearing
outswears
outsweep (current term)
outsweeping
outsweeps
outsweeten
outsweetened
outsweetening
outsweetens
outswell
outswelled
outswelling
outswells
outswept
outswimming
outswims

Literary usage of Outsweep

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1. What Next in Turkey: Glimpses of the American Board's Work in the Near East by David Brewer Eddy (1913)
"The outsweep of it has deeply influenced the Gregorian Church. Most cordial relations exist in many places between its priests and our church members. ..."

2. Festus: A Poem by Philip James Bailey (1903)
"... the sedgy crop they hold ; Thus irresistibly we outsweep, enfold, Thus, peace-inspired, we war ; pass hope ; each hand Mightier than aught known evil ..."

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