Definition of Outrang

1. Verb. (simple past of outring) ¹



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Definition of Outrang

1. outring [v] - See also: outring

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outrang

outragedly
outrageous
outrageously
outrageousness
outrageousnesses
outrageousty
outrages
outraging
outraise
outraised
outraises
outraising
outran
outrance
outrances
outrang (current term)
outrange
outranged
outranges
outranging
outrank
outranked
outranking
outranks
outrate
outrated
outrates
outrating
outrave
outraved

Literary usage of Outrang

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1. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"... all were still: Hastily to his feet he sprang, Haughtily his words outrang:— " By me or others be not misled,— Look to your own good ends," he said. ..."

2. A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature by Oliver Goldsmith (1824)
"The wolf, ii. 344. Wolves used in hunting, 347. Hunting of the fox, 351. Hunting the sable chiefly the lot of the exiles in Siberia, 385. The outrang- ..."

3. The Dublin Book of Irish Verse 1728-1909 by John Cooke (1909)
"heaven outrang : Aye nearer unto Christ we drew unawed. ' Not faith, O wielder of the worlds, nor light, Nor lays,' I sang, ' have led my soul to Thee ..."

4. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1911)
"Went the blacksmith's hammer, While his brazen voice outrang High o'er all the clamor. In his forge from break of day, When he pealed his roundelay, ..."

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