Definition of Outcharm

1. to surpass in charming [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outcharm

outcatch
outcatches
outcatching
outcaught
outcavil
outcaviled
outcaviling
outcavilled
outcavilling
outcavils
outcept
outcharge
outcharged
outcharges
outcharging
outcharm (current term)
outcharmed
outcharming
outcharms
outcheat
outcheated
outcheating
outcheats
outcheer
outcheered
outcheering
outchid
outchidden
outchide
outchided

Literary usage of Outcharm

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1. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"You were no longer able For, had you preach'd and pray'd your worst, To raise your posse of the rabble : One single red-coat centinel outcharm'd the magic ..."

2. The Works of the British Poets by Ezekiel Sanford, Robert Walsh (1819)
"... For, had you preach'd and pray'd your worst, Alas! you were no longer able To raise your posse of the rabble: One single redcoat sentinel outcharm ..."

3. Hudibras by Samuel Butler, Zachary Grey, Treadway Russell Nash (1892)
"... outcharm'd the magic of the spell, And, with his squirt-fire,4 could disperse Whole troops with chapter rais'd and verse. 1170 We knew too well those ..."

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