Definition of Outseen

1. Verb. (past participle of outsee) ¹



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Definition of Outseen

1. outsee [v] - See also: outsee

Lexicographical Neighbors of Outseen

outscouring
outscourings
outscout
outscouted
outscouting
outscouts
outscream
outscreamed
outscreaming
outscreams
outseam
outseams
outsee
outseeing
outseek
outseen (current term)
outsees
outsell
outselling
outsells
outsend
outsending
outsentries
outsentry
outsert
outserts
outserve
outserved
outserves
outserving

Literary usage of Outseen

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

1. Social Statics: Or, The Conditions Essential to Human Happiness Specified by Herbert Spencer (1865)
"Thus writes Blackstone, to whom let all honour be given for having so far outseen the ideas of his time ; and, indeed, we may say of our time. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1817)
"O had the fair ^Egyptian Queen Thy glorious monument outseen, How had she spar'd what Time forbids, The needless tott'ring Pyramids I And in an emulative ..."

3. American State Papers Bearing on Sunday Legislation by William Addison Blakely, Willard Allen Colcord (1911)
"Thus writes Blackstone, to whom let all honor be given for having so far outseen the ideas of his time ; and, indeed, we may say of our time. ..."

4. A Handbook of Poetics, for Students of English Verse by Francis Barton Gummere (1913)
"What sage has he not outseen ?"—The Greek drama concentrated itself upon the action, and drew its characters in more shadowy outline: they were not so much ..."

5. The Law in Shakespeare by Cushman Kellogg Davis (1884)
"What sage has he not outseen ? What gentleman has he not instructed in the rudeness of his behavior?" All this is true, but it is not the whole truth. ..."

6. American Literary Criticism, Selected and Ed.: With an Introductory Essay by William Morton Payne (1904)
"What sage has he not outseen? What gentleman has he not instructed in the rudeness of his behavior? Some able and appreciating critics think no criticism on ..."

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