Definition of Outglare
1. to surpass in glaring [v -GLARED, -GLARING, -GLARES] - See also: glaring
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Literary usage of Outglare
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1. The Atlantic Monthly by Making of America Project (1865)
"and outglare the best, and for a time triumph over them. But in this exhibition no such disturbance met one, but rather one was received into an atmosphere ..."
2. Essays on Fiction by Nassau William Senior (1864)
"... avail himself of the enthusiastic error of Minna, would outglare and outweigh all his former sins, were they doubled in weight and in dye. ..."
3. Liberty's Triumph: A Poem by Robert Wharton Landis (1849)
"... whose haggard eyes (Who could hell's grimmest agency fulfil) ; outglare the tiger's when at midnight's hour He roams for prey : who now with curses dire ..."
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