Definition of Outrolling

1. outroll [v] - See also: outroll



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outrolling

outrivalling
outrivals
outrive
outro
outroar
outroared
outroaring
outroars
outrock
outrocked
outrocking
outrocks
outrode
outroll
outrolled
outrolling (current term)
outrolls
outromance
outromanced
outromances
outromancing
outron
outroom
outrooms
outroop
outroops
outroot
outrooted
outrooting
outroots

Literary usage of Outrolling

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

1. The Christian Examiner (1853)
"To the eyes of many persons, a new poet capable of " outrolling " such " a lay " as was never heard of before, — a " streaming moon," " a palpitating star," ..."

2. Last Rambles Amongst the Indians of the Rocky Mountains and the Andes by George Catlin (1868)
"... and the trunks of the lofty trees were entirely hidden by the outrolling and outstretching masses of foliage of various hues and various patterns, ..."

3. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1897)
"... the recognition—the mutual cry of affinity; and overhead the crimson outrolling of the flag of beneficent enterprises hand in hand, all was at an end. ..."

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