Definition of Outburned
1. outburn [v] - See also: outburn
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Literary usage of Outburned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bookman (1890)
"... Helen wanders forth to her destiny, innocent and unconscious, " When the red rose of dawn outburned the white ;" and this dream-state continues through ..."
2. American Lands and Letters by Donald Grant Mitchell (1904)
"... he broke indeed into peals of Hebraic wrath, which sometimes outburned the rhetorical blaze of his poetic measure of song. If he were to write again, ..."
3. Poems and Plays by Percy MacKaye (1916)
"FIRE WORSHIP A POPPY, all on fire with beauty's beams, Outburned the glamour of the liquid bar Of sunlight where it swam, diffusing far The brilliance of ..."
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