Definition of Outmaster
1. [v -ED, -ING, -S]
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Literary usage of Outmaster
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1. The Nation: The Foundations of Civil Order and Political Life in the United by Elisha Mulford (1877)
"They have no more a horoscope to forecast the future in the lives of nations than of individuals, nor can they outmaster time, nor wrest the secret from the ..."
2. Memoirs by Charles Godfrey Leland (1894)
"... an incredibly keen sense of fun, and in conversation could far outmaster or " walk over the head " of any humorist whom I ever met. He was very far, ..."
3. The Freedom of Faith by Theodore Thornton Munger (1883)
"No philosophy can meet, no force of will can outmaster it, no mere habit of cheer can hold its own against it. It is a fact, and cannot be reasoned away, ..."
4. Animal Life and Intelligence by Conwy Lloyd Morgan (1891)
"... that where marked diversity sets in it is due to some form of illness; and, on the whole, that innate tendencies outmaster acquired modifications. ..."
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