Definition of Outcrowed
1. outcrow [v] - See also: outcrow
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Literary usage of Outcrowed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Whitsuntide Annual for (1868)
""Is copious in tales, all good, though the sketch entitled 'outcrowed' deserves tho highest praise for the conciseness and point with which its very ..."
2. The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Taoism by James Legge (1891)
"It certainly does so, and we are amused to hear the sage outcrowed by the robber. In the other two paragraphs we have good instances of ..."
3. Armadale by Wilkie Collins (1866)
"... and outcrowed the Strasbourg cock," he exclaimed, with the tone and manner of a friend habitually privileged to waive all ceremony ; " and I am dying, ..."