Definition of Outsparkles

1. Verb. (third-person singular of outsparkle) ¹



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Definition of Outsparkles

1. outsparkle [v] - See also: outsparkle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outsparkles

outsounds
outsource
outsourceable
outsourced
outsourcer
outsourcers
outsources
outsourcing
outsourcings
outspan
outspanned
outspanning
outspans
outsparkle
outsparkled
outsparkles (current term)
outsparkling
outspeak
outspeaking
outspeaks
outsped
outspeed
outspeeded
outspeeding
outspeeds
outspell
outspelled
outspelling
outspells
outspelt

Literary usage of Outsparkles

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1. A History of English Poetry by William John Courthope (1903)
"... intended for the model of empty-headed coxcombry, quite outsparkles in conversation his brother Tom Fashion, though the latter in action is clever ..."

2. Birds and Man by William Henry Hudson (1920)
"Still, it was a human voice ; and, just as Carlotta Patti (outshining the best of her sister-singers even as the diamond outsparkles all other gems) rose to ..."

3. The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the by Elizabeth Inchbald (1808)
"... which outsparkles every other, " The School for Scandal," made its first appearance at Drury Lane; whilst " Know your own Mind," was in the zenith of ..."

4. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1898)
"Still, it was a human voice; and, just as Carlotta Patti (outshining the best of her sister-singers even as the diamond outsparkles all other gems) rose to ..."

5. The Freedom of the Fields by Charles Conrad Abbott (1898)
"... emerald outsparkles the dewy mosses ?j Here, at the foot of an old oak that had sheltered many a passing Indian from the midsummer sun, and perhaps bore ..."

6. Clear Skies and Cloudy by Charles Conrad Abbott (1898)
"... but there is a glitter in the eye that outsparkles the diamond ; there is the line of strength in every muscle if not the line of beauty, ..."

7. Festus: A Poem by Philip James Bailey (1903)
"Fill 1 I'll drink it till I die, Helen's lip and Helen's eye 1 An eye which outsparkles The beads of the wine, With a hue which ..."

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