Definition of Outboasting

1. Verb. (present participle of outboast) ¹



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Definition of Outboasting

1. outboast [v] - See also: outboast

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outboasting

outblown
outbluff
outbluffed
outbluffing
outbluffs
outblush
outblushed
outblushes
outblushing
outboard
outboard motor
outboard motorboat
outboards
outboast
outboasted
outboasting (current term)
outboasts
outborn
outbought
outbound
outbow
outbowed
outbowing
outbowl
outbowled
outbowling
outbowls
outbows
outbox

Literary usage of Outboasting

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1. English Poetesses: A Series of Critical Biographies by Eric Sutherland Robertson (1883)
"There ensues a long colloquy between the pair; Gabriel yearning over his abandoned friend, and Lucifer, on the other hand, outboasting himself in defiance ..."

2. Mohammed and the Rise of Islam by David Samuel Margoliouth (1905)
"... and they hoped to compensate for their inadequate equipment for actual warfare by outboasting the Prophet; and indeed they are said to have summoned the ..."

3. Mohammed and the Rise of Islam by David Samuel Margoliouth (1905)
"... those of the mouth was ill understood by the Arabs, and they hoped to compensate for their inadequate equipment for actual warfare by outboasting the ..."

4. The China Shop by Gladys Bronwyn Stern (1921)
"Then, ashamed in the old, familiar Larry-fashion, began absurdly outboasting his own boast, to make me believe its reality to have been meant for sheer, ..."

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