Definition of Outmoving
1. outmove [v] - See also: outmove
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outmoving
Literary usage of Outmoving
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American History and Its Geographic Conditions by Ellen Churchill Semple (1903)
"... in land but poor in specie, paid off in the same way a part of the debt incurred in the Revolution, and thus gave a new impulse to the outmoving tide. ..."
2. Missions and Modern History: A Study of the Missionary Aspects of Some Great by Robert Elliott Speer (1904)
"... the movement which aims to give it to the world is entitled to the most honourable place in the outmoving of Christendom upon the less privileged world. ..."
3. Psychology, Normal and Abnormal: A Study of the Processes of Nature from the by Warren Estelle Lloyd, Annie Elizabeth Cheney (1908)
"This could not be otherwise, for some degree of emotion, or outmoving of energy, is essential to consciousness. Pure intellect is supposed to be motionless, ..."
4. Organic State: Principles Revising the Constitution by Corydon Lovine Ford (1897)
"That is, it was negation in the actual by the outmoving in new action. The mental status of the people at any juncture as turning against old conditions in ..."
5. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1906)
"... and (3) the presence of an outmoving current of water, due to the glacial streams from Hubbard and Turner glaciers, and therefore coming from a region ..."
6. Professional Paper by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1909)
"... it by tidal currents, but mostly coming from Nunatak Glacier at the head of Nunatak Fiord, from which there is a constant outmoving procession of bergs. ..."
7. Ewa: A Tale of Korea by William Arthur Noble, Eaton & Mains (1906)
"... and when the stream of the outmoving life became smaller, a counter stream set in for the city. All the riffraff, the vicious, the human vultures, ..."