Definition of Outsummed

1. outsum [v] - See also: outsum



Lexicographical Neighbors of Outsummed

outstudying
outstunk
outstunt
outstunted
outstunting
outstunts
outsuffer
outsuffered
outsuffering
outsuffers
outsulk
outsulked
outsulking
outsulks
outsum
outsummed (current term)
outsums
outsung
outswam
outsware
outswear
outswearing
outswears
outsweep
outsweeping
outsweeps
outsweeten
outsweetened
outsweetening
outsweetens

Literary usage of Outsummed

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

1. The Podesta's Daughter, and Other Miscellaneous Poems by George Henry Boker (1852)
"She kept her faith; though Odo came by day With missions from the castle that outsummed His several hairs, and were of less respect; Though, in the evening, ..."

2. Stuart of Dunleath: A Story of the Present Time by Caroline Sheridan Norton (1851)
"No one else cared for him ; but he had an instinct that her great love for him outsummed all he could hope from others. Often had the golden link been ..."

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