Definition of Outgone

1. Verb. (past of outgo) ¹



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Definition of Outgone

1. outgo [v] - See also: outgo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outgone

outglows
outgnaw
outgnawed
outgnawing
outgnawn
outgnaws
outgo
outgoer
outgoers
outgoes
outgoing
outgoingly
outgoingness
outgoingnesses
outgoings
outgone (current term)
outgrade
outgrades
outgreen
outgreened
outgreening
outgreens
outgrew
outgrin
outgrinned
outgrinning
outgrins
outgross
outgrossed
outgrosses

Literary usage of Outgone

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1. The Life and Strange Adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe (1908)
"... several improvements, plantings, and management of the several little colonies, the two men had so far outgone the three that there was no comparison. ..."

2. The Rule of the Law of Fixtures by Archibald Brown (1871)
"See outgone Tenant against Income Tenant Landlord against ... 33 outgone Tenant against Landlord— General principle, 53 Statement of particular question, ..."

3. The Law Magazine and Law Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence by William S. Hein & Company (1871)
"Lastly, the relation of outgone to income tenant is one which follows as a natural deduction or corollary from the principles we have established. ..."

4. The Law of Fixtures: In the Principal Relation of Landlord and Tenant, and by Archibald Brown (1881)
"That in actions against an outgone tenant by his General landlord or superior ... That in actions by the outgone tenant against an income one (such as were ..."

5. Birds of Passage by Sarah Taylor Shatford (1916)
"WHEN hearts are old, and arts have failed, And youth is but an outgone tide; When all our ships to sea have sailed, And age waits in the portal wide; ..."

6. A Treatise on the American Law of Landlord and Tenant by John Neilson Taylor (1887)
"... agree to the contrary; and where the outgone tenant covenanted to leave the manure, to be made by him on the farm, and sell it to the incoming tenant, ..."

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