Definition of Outshamed

1. outshame [v] - See also: outshame



Lexicographical Neighbors of Outshamed

outsend
outsending
outsentries
outsentry
outsert
outserts
outserve
outserved
outserves
outserving
outset
outsets
outsettler
outsettlers
outshame
outshamed (current term)
outshames
outshaming
outshine
outshined
outshines
outshining
outshone
outshoot
outshooting
outshoots
outshop
outshot
outshots
outshout

Literary usage of Outshamed

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

1. The Constitutional Experiments of the Commonwealth: A Study of the Years by Edward Jenks (1890)
"The shame of Rochelle and Cadiz was outshamed by the disgrace of the Treaty of Dover and the impeachment of Danby. And, apparently, not one of the political ..."

2. London by George Laurence Gomme (1914)
"... and that greatness still exists in spite of the shame of the Tudors and of the Stuarts, and the shame of the Victorians which has outshamed both Tudors ..."

3. Eight Months in an Ox-waggon: Reminiscences of Boer Life by Edward F. Sandeman (1880)
"Seeing that it was worse than useless expecting the oxen to extricate the waggon as it was, we outshamed them and set to work with the spades. ..."

4. Eight Months in an Ox-waggon: Reminiscences of Boer Life by Edward F. Sandeman (1880)
"Seeing that it was worse than useless expecting the oxen to extricate the waggon as it was, we outshamed them and set to work with the spades. ..."

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