Definition of Outbawling
1. outbawl [v] - See also: outbawl
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Literary usage of Outbawling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. China and the Chinese: Their Religion, Character, Customs, and Manufacturers by Henry Charles Sirr (1849)
"... in couples, attired in black robes, and these gentry were chanting, as vehemently as the boys; in fact, each, appeared desirous of outbawling the other. ..."
2. When we were boys: A Novel by William O'Brien (1890)
"... effective in the dark) —gradually rose to such a pitch of high spirits that he insisted on outbawling the storm with the rollicking Federal chorus, ..."
3. The Early Married Life of Maria Josepha, Lady Stanley: With Extracts from by Maria Josepha (Holroyd), Stanley, John Thomas Stanley, Jane Henrietta, Adeane (1899)
"... Baa many happy returns of this day in the next century, and that this time three years you may have three screaming boys outbawling their three sisters. ..."