Definition of Outwrestles

1. Verb. (third-person singular of outwrestle) ¹



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Definition of Outwrestles

1. outwrestle [v] - See also: outwrestle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outwrestles

outworker
outworkers
outworking
outworkings
outworks
outworld
outworn
outworth
outworthed
outworthing
outworths
outwound
outwrest
outwrestle
outwrestled
outwrestles (current term)
outwrestling
outwrests
outwrit
outwrite
outwrites
outwriting
outwritten
outwrote
outwrought
outy
outyell
outyelled
outyelling
outyells

Literary usage of Outwrestles

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1. The Works of William Shakespeare by William Shakespeare, Evangeline Maria O'Connor (1901)
"And her energy of will and thought, if not greater than her son's, yet in the end outwrestles his, because it proceeds on grounds less selfish and personal. ..."

2. Shakespeare : His Life, Art, and Characters: With an Historical Sketch of by Henry Norman Hudson (1902)
"... necromantic fascination, and at one time fairly outwrestles it; but he soon recovers his purpose, renews his pledge to Lucifer, and finally performs it. ..."

3. The Aldus Shakespeare by William Shakespeare (1909)
"And her energy of will and thought, if not greater than her son's, yet in the end outwrestles his, because it proceeds on grounds less selfish and personal. ..."

4. History of the Drama: Index to Characters. Bibliography by Henry Norman Hudson (1905)
"... in him with the necromantic fascination, and at one time fairly outwrestles it; but he soon recovers his purpose, and renews his pledge to Lucifer. ..."

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