Definition of Outcrowd

1. to cause to be too crowded [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outcrowd

outcreep
outcried
outcrier
outcriers
outcries
outcrop
outcropped
outcropping
outcroppings
outcrops
outcross
outcrossed
outcrosses
outcrossing
outcrow
outcrowd (current term)
outcrowded
outcrowding
outcrowds
outcrowed
outcrowing
outcrows
outcry
outcrying
outcurse
outcursed
outcurses
outcursing
outcurve
outcurves

Literary usage of Outcrowd

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1. The Humanity, Benevolence and Charity Legislation of the Pentateuch and the by Maurice Fluegel (1908)
"Camp-followers ever overcrowd them and outcrowd the honest elements. With the little original good as the kernel, creeps in a host of evil, and this evil ..."

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