Definition of Outbuys

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



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Definition of Outbuys

1. outbuy [v] - See also: outbuy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outbuys

outbully
outbullying
outburn
outburned
outburning
outburns
outburnt
outburp
outburst
outburst flood
outbursted
outbursting
outbursts
outbuy
outbuying
outbuys (current term)
outby
outbye
outcalls
outcampaign
outcampaigned
outcampaigning
outcant
outcanted
outcanting
outcants
outcaper
outcapered
outcapering

Literary usage of Outbuys

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1. Faust: In a Prologue and Four Acts by Jules Barbier, Michel Carré (1867)
"'Tis then for glory ? No, for more ! .!/</)/<. For a kingdom ? Faust. No. I would have thee restore What outbuys them all. My youth, my youth restore me ! ..."

2. Faust: In a Prologue and Four Acts by Charles Gounod, Jules Barbier, Michel Carré (1867)
"I would have thee restore What outbuys them all. My youth, my youth restore me 1 The pleasures of youth ! Its life and its pleasure! ..."

3. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1877)
"It enabled him to feed a multitude of people, — one of the surest and largest sources of influence, and which always outbuys money in the traffic of ..."

4. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1869)
"It enabled him to feed a multitude of people, — one of the surest and largest sources of influence, and which always outbuys money in the traffic of ..."

5. The Metropolitan (1831)
"... where one little bell from the cap *f Folly outbuys a hundred fillets from the brows of wisdom ; where the adroit scoundrel lives and dies, full-blooded ..."

6. The National Music of the World by Henry Fothergill Chorley, Henry Gay Hewlett (1882)
"Whereas the ancient people possesses a grand language and a, Book which, apart from its origin, outbuys all the books ..."

7. The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1901)
"It enabled him to feed a multitude of people, — one of the surest and largest sources of influence, and which always outbuys money in the traffic of ..."

8. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1813)
"It enabled him to feed a multitude of people ; one of the surest and largest sources of influence, and which always outbuys money in the traffick of ..."

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