Definition of Outchide

1. to surpass in chiding [v -CHIDED or -CHID, -CHIDDEN, -CHIDING, -CHIDES] - See also: chiding



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outchide

outcharges
outcharging
outcharm
outcharmed
outcharming
outcharms
outcheat
outcheated
outcheating
outcheats
outcheer
outcheered
outcheering
outchid
outchidden
outchide (current term)
outchided
outchides
outchiding
outcities
outcity
outclimbed
outclimbing
outclimbs
outclomb

Literary usage of Outchide

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1894)
"... the lion-throated seas, outchide the north-wind if it chid, And hush the torrent-tongued ravines With thunders of their tambourines. ..."

2. The Iron Trail: A Sketch by Andrew Carpenter Wheeler (1876)
"... Scare the loud night on hills that hid, outchide the north wind if it chid, And hush the torrent-tongued ravines With thunders of their tambourines. ..."

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