Definition of Outsaid
1. outsay [v] - See also: outsay
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outsaid
Literary usage of Outsaid
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Phillips Brooks, 1835-1893: Memories of His Life, with Extracts from His by Alexander Viets Griswold Allen (1907)
"I preached for him in the Abbey on the Fourth of July, and was quite shamed with the way in which Farrar in the afternoon outsaid everything that I possibly ..."
2. History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire: From Its Settlement in 1638 by Joseph Dow (1894)
"... to "lay outsaid new road," and to "shut up and give to said Moulton the old road in lieu of the new one. . . . in.case said Moulton shall give his ..."
3. The British and Foreign Medical Review Or Quarterly Journal of Practical (1846)
"... the body," then hath he outsaid himself. Our active friend was evidently called out here to another case. ..."
4. The Rhine, Legends, Traditions, History, from Cologne to Mainz by Joseph Snowe (1839)
"The little Malabar outsaid : " A single hair from off thy head, Of gratitude the token, For me must then be broken." " A single hair ? ..."