Definition of Outsmoke

1. to surpass in smoking [v -SMOKED, -SMOKING, -SMOKES] - See also: smoking



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outsmoke

outslugging
outslugs
outsmart
outsmarted
outsmarting
outsmarts
outsmell
outsmelled
outsmelling
outsmells
outsmelt
outsmile
outsmiled
outsmiles
outsmiling
outsmoke (current term)
outsmoked
outsmokes
outsmoking
outsnore
outsnored
outsnores
outsnoring
outsoar
outsoared
outsoaring
outsoars
outsold
outsole
outsoles

Literary usage of Outsmoke

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1. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"A sudden earthquake shoots through all the isle, And .1-,'ni thunders dreadful under ground, Then pours outsmoke in wreathing ..."

2. The Anatomy of Drunkenness by Robert Macnish (1835)
"... not beat them to naught with then: own weapons, and that they would gain no sort of honour were they able to outsmoke all the burgomasters of Amsterdam. ..."

3. The Constitution of Man by George Combe, John Foster, Robert Macnish, Staël (Anne-Louise-Germaine), John Mason (1845)
"... not beat them to naught with their own weapons, and that they would gain no sort of honour were they able to outsmoke all the burgomasters of Amsterdam. ..."

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