Definition of Outbuying

1. Verb. (present participle of outbuy) ¹



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Definition of Outbuying

1. outbuy [v] - See also: outbuy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outbuying

outbullies
outbully
outbullying
outburn
outburned
outburning
outburns
outburnt
outburp
outburst
outburst flood
outbursted
outbursting
outbursts
outbuy
outbuying (current term)
outbuys
outby
outbye
outcalls
outcampaign
outcampaigned
outcampaigning
outcant
outcanted
outcanting
outcants
outcaper
outcapered

Literary usage of Outbuying

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1. An Abridgment of the Indian Affairs Contained in Four Folio Volumes by New York (State), Peter Wraxall, Charles Howard McIlwain (1915)
"... Merchants encreased so many, that it became little worth, by reason of their outbuying one another, which hath caused them to live upon husbandry " (p. ..."

2. Spain and the American Civil War: Relations at Mid-century, 1855-1868 by James W. Cortada (1980)
"In short, the United States dominated Puerto Rico's import/export business, outselling and outbuying the Spanish who enjoyed tariff protection.44 « F'RUS ..."

3. America and Her Commentators: With a Critical Sketch of Travel in the United by Henry Theodore Tuckerman (1864)
"... that it became little worth by reason of their outbuying one another, which caused them to live upon husbandry. This town is mostly built along the ..."

4. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1905)
"... the merchants increased so many that it became little worth, by reason of their outbuying one another, which caused them to live on husbandry. ..."

5. The Town of Roxbury: Its Memorable Persons and Places, Its History and by Francis Samuel Drake (1908)
"... as we are told, " the merchants increased so many that it became little worth, by reason of their outbuying one another, which caused them to live on ..."

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