Definition of Outwar
1. to surpass in warring [v -WARRED, -WARRING, -WARS] - See also: warring
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Literary usage of Outwar
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Republic of Plato by Plato (1888)
"... with outwar beauty of form, corresponding and harmonizing with th former, because the same great pattern enters into both. There can be none so fair. ..."
2. The Golden Book of Marcus Aurelius by Marcus Aurelius (1908)
"... which either ensnare by pleasure, for their irksomeness are dreadful, or for their outwar lustre and show are in great esteem and request, ..."
3. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1917)
"The outwar</ indications of the capture suffice, namely, possession, and the nation^ flag of the captor on the prize, which, when the seizure is made by ..."
4. The Life of Benjamin Disraeli: Earl of Beaconsfield by William Flavelle Monypenny, George Earle Buckle (1916)
"Treat Palmerston as Pitt treated Addington — outwar him.' On October 31 Lennox reported to Disraeli that there •was great indignation at the Carlton over ..."