Definition of Outbeam

1. to surpass in beaming [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: beaming



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outbeam

outbarking
outbarks
outbarred
outbarring
outbars
outbase
outbases
outbattle
outbattled
outbattles
outbattling
outbawl
outbawled
outbawling
outbawls
outbeam (current term)
outbeamed
outbeaming
outbeams
outbear
outbeg
outbegged
outbegging
outbegs
outbid
outbidden
outbidder
outbidders
outbidding
outbids

Literary usage of Outbeam

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1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1909)
"Always strive for others' pleasure, And your darkest days outbeam. Courage, heart ! Forget your sorrows ; If you work for others weal, You shall see some ..."

2. The Gem: A Literary Annual by Thomas Hood (1831)
"... beauty seem'd What cv'n Beauty's glance outbeam'd ! Glorious master! who but he Taught, that lovely infancy Lovelier than itself could be! ..."

3. Poems by Walter Malone (1904)
"Blue eyes outbeam the sapphire's bluish spark, O'er feathery fans like doves a-flutter there; Tiaras glimmer over tresses dark, And moon-like pearls on ..."

4. Poems by Walter Malone (1904)
"Blue eyes outbeam the sapphire's bluish spark, O'er feathery fans like doves a-flutter there; Tiaras glimmer over tresses dark, And moon-like pearls on ..."

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