Definition of Outhunted

1. outhunt [v] - See also: outhunt



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outhunted

outhomer
outhomered
outhomering
outhomers
outhouse
outhouses
outhowl
outhowled
outhowling
outhowls
outhumor
outhumored
outhumoring
outhumors
outhunt
outhunted (current term)
outhunting
outhunts
outhustle
outhustled
outhustles
outhustling
outhyre
outhyred
outhyres
outhyring
outie
outies
outings

Literary usage of Outhunted

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1826)
"He added new treasures to his mother-tongue,— and what is worse, he outhunted Hunt in a species of emasculated pruriency, that, although invented in Little ..."

2. Leigh Hunt's Relations with Byron, Shelley and Keats by Barnette Miller (1910)
"... expatriation and death/' The most remarkable part of this remarkable justification is this: " Keats outhunted Hunt in a species of emasculated pruriency ..."

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