Definition of Outshaming

1. outshame [v] - See also: outshame



Lexicographical Neighbors of Outshaming

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

Literary usage of Outshaming

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

1. The Bridal: A Tragedy in Five Acts by James Sheridan Knowles, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher (1847)
"Thy father's, mother's, brother's name, that slowest When thou didst stab thine own. [Crosses, R. Md. Monster of shame—outshaming shame itself! Eva. ..."

2. Hunt's Yachting Magazine (1857)
"A gracious and generous action Outweighing all sins on each side, outshaming the treasons of faction, Ambition, and folly, and pride; No jealousies now ..."

3. Aladdin, Or, The Wonderful Lamp: A Dramatic Poem in 2 Parts by Adam Gottlob Oehlenschläger, Theodore Martin (1863)
"The fruits of white are pearls, the bright are diamonds, and the flaming Are rubies bloody red of hue, all other hues outshaming. ..."

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