Definition of Outled

1. Verb. (past of outlead) ¹



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Definition of Outled

1. outlead [v] - See also: outlead

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outled

outlaying
outlays
outlead
outleading
outleads
outleaped
outleaping
outleaps
outleapt
outlearn
outlearned
outlearning
outlearns
outlearnt
outled (current term)
outler
outlers
outlet
outlet box
outlet forceps delivery
outlets
outlett
outlick
outlicked
outlicking
outlicks
outlie
outlied
outlier

Literary usage of Outled

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1. Yorkshire Writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole, an English Father of the Church by Richard Rolle (1896)
"... bat outled be Fra land of Egipte at fai wille ; Ï4 mouth ... 1. to be; God bin bat outled be. ..."

2. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"The Germans were outled and outfought in a vast general action over a line of more than 120 miles. The French troops were too exhausted by their fifteen ..."

3. Selections from the Writings of the Late Thomas Hedges Genin: With a by Thomas Hedges Genin (1869)
"Soon Davoust outled his legions; scem'd they forest wide Careering gay to sound of Orphean lyre; And simultaneous in long splendor move The brother marshals ..."

4. Selections from the Writings of the Late Thomas Hedges Genin: With a by Thomas Hedges Genin (1869)
"Soon Davoust outled his legions; seem'd they forest wide Careering gay to sound of Orphean lyre; ..."

5. The Port of New York by Thomas Edward Rush (1920)
"Few American citizens are untouched by this port. Civics, history, government cannot do without it. It can be outvoted, but it cannot be outled in ability ..."

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