Definition of Outsin
1. to surpass in sinning [v -SINNED, -SINNING, -SINS] - See also: sinning
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Literary usage of Outsin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Symbolism: Or, Exposition of the Doctrinal Differences Between Catholics and by Johann Adam Möhler (1844)
"Though I should outsin Manasses, I should not be less a pleasant child, because God always views me in Christ. Hence, in the midst of adulteries, murders, ..."
2. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1831)
"My sins might displease God; my person is always acceptable to him. Though I should outsin Ma- nasses, I should not be less a pleasant child, ..."
3. Minor Poets of the Caroline Period by George Saintsbury (1905)
"... Lose not, oh, lose not Infinite! Scorn to be vassal to base Sin, and hellish Spite. LXXIX Why dost outsin the Devil? He ne'er soil'd With lust, ..."
4. The Works of Thomas Goodwin, D.D. by Thomas Goodwin (1863)
"... step to outsin those principles, and to sink into eternal perdition. For, poor soul, though the free grace that is in God may say it, I will suffer such ..."