Definition of Outraved
1. outrave [v] - See also: outrave
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Literary usage of Outraved
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1. The Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine by Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie (1874)
"It outraved itself in a wonderful beauty of holiness in his home-life and his social intercourse. It made him serene, glad and hopeful during years of weary ..."
2. A History of Eighteenth Century Literature, 1660-1780 by Edmund Gosse (1916)
"In rant it outraved what Lee himself was to achieve. For a moment Settle was at the top of the fashion, but he had neither talent nor principle, ..."