Definition of Outscreaming
1. outscream [v] - See also: outscream
Lexicographical Neighbors of Outscreaming
Literary usage of Outscreaming
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Fredoniad, Or, Independence Preserved: An Epick Poem on the Late War of 1812 by Richard Emmons (1830)
"... outscreaming loud, Tecumseh flames like burning midnight cloud. The planted cannon breathe a fiery breath— The sleepers startle at the voice of death! ..."
2. The Church and the Churches: Or, The Papacy and the Temporal Power : an by Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger, William Bernard MacCabe (1862)
"... they not unfrequently all pray aloud together, one outscreaming the other, that it is not possible to hear the sermon or prayer uttered from the pulpit. ..."
3. Scenes and Characteristics of Hindostan, with Sketches of Anglo-Indian Society by Emma Roberts (1835)
"... the nautch or dancing-girls are invariably introduced: the prima donna, named Alfina, is a very celebrated artiste, outscreaming all her contemporaries, ..."
4. The Fredoniad: Or, Independence Preserved. An Epic Poem on the Late War of 1812 by Richard Emmons (1830)
"They rise—plunge forward,—hell outscreaming loud, Tecumseh flames like burning midnight cloud. The planted cannon breathe a fiery breath— The sleepers ..."