Definition of Outserve

1. Verb. (transitive) To serve more or better than. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Outserve

1. to surpass in serving [v -SERVED, -SERVING, -SERVES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Outserve

outseams
outsee
outseeing
outseek
outseen
outsees
outsell
outselling
outsells
outsend
outsending
outsentries
outsentry
outsert
outserts
outserve (current term)
outserved
outserves
outserving
outset
outsets
outsettler
outsettlers
outshame
outshamed
outshames
outshaming
outshine
outshined
outshines

Literary usage of Outserve

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

1. The Port of New York by Thomas Edward Rush (1920)
"... the least expense, and the greatest convenience, so that we can underbid and outserve our competitors. The cost of establishing a free zone in the Port ..."

2. The Social Task of Christianity: A Summons to the New Crusade by Samuel Zane Batten (1911)
"Will they out-human the humanitarians and outserve the Socialists in their interest in man and their passion for justice? ..."

3. The Mills of Mammon by James Hattan Brower, P.H. Murray & Company, C.T. Dearing Printing Co (1909)
"A glorious, voluptuous, well-filled presence that may feed upon a barren desert and still outlive, outshine, outserve selfishness enthroned in a fat land. ..."

4. New Canterbury Talesby Maurice Henry Hewlett by Maurice Henry Hewlett (1901)
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