Definition of Outrowed
1. outrow [v] - See also: outrow
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outrowed
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Literary usage of Outrowed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lyon in Mourning: Or, A Collection of Speeches, Letters, Journals, Etc by Robert Forbes (1895)
"Upon this John, taking an oar himself, plied it so manfully, and so animated his fellow-tuggers, that they outrowed their blood-thirsty pursuers, ..."
2. The Bookman (1906)
"... in which the men were outrowed by Sally Hancock. "Captain Wyvern's Adventures," the third story, is an historical romance. "The Rain of Dollars" and ..."
3. A Journey to Central Africa, Or, Life and Landscapes from Egypt to the Negro by Bayard Taylor (1864)
"... for my six men outrowed the ten men of the Englishman. Sometimes the latter came running behind us till they were within hail, whereupon my men would ..."
4. Outing (1892)
"Both crews are fully aware of this, and it is only because Yale has outrowed Harvard for the last two or three years before the tugs and steamers have got ..."
5. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1826)
"... as bis Lordship left heron the other ; he afterwards pursued him towards Cawsand, but the Admiral being in a twelve-oared barge, outrowed him, ..."