Definition of Outdreamed

1. Verb. (past of outdream) ¹



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Definition of Outdreamed

1. outdream [v] - See also: outdream

Lexicographical Neighbors of Outdreamed

outdoorsmanship
outdoorsmen
outdoorswoman
outdoorswomen
outdoorsy
outdrag
outdragged
outdragging
outdrags
outdrank
outdraw
outdrawing
outdrawn
outdraws
outdream
outdreamed (current term)
outdreaming
outdreams
outdreamt
outdress
outdressed
outdresses
outdressing
outdrew
outdrink
outdrinking
outdrinks
outdriven
outdrives

Literary usage of Outdreamed

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1824)
"We recollect his Lordship's " Dream," which is quite wild enough : but Mr. St. A. has completely outdreamed his master. It is, however, for the matter and ..."

2. The Collected Poems of Philip Bourke Marston: Comprising "Song-tide," "All by Philip Bourke Marston, Louise Chandler Moulton (1892)
"Shall this life past be as a dream outdreamed, — The ghastly fancy of a fevered brain ? Shall we at all remember the old pain, ..."

3. My American Diary by Clare Sheridan (1922)
"And I know, that although I have found beauty and my dreams have been outdreamed, and although I have free choice, my decision will not keep me here. ..."

4. Under the Aspens, Lyrical and Dramatic by Emily Pfeiffer (1882)
"Give me shelter, sullen river, hide me out of sight and ken, Keep your dreams, I have outdreamed them, all your golden visions keep; Though with festering ..."

5. Under the Aspens: Lyrical and Dramatic by Emily Pfeiffer (1882)
"Give me shelter, sullen river, hide me out of sight and ken, Keep your dreams, I have outdreamed them, all your golden visions keep; Though with festering ..."

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