Definition of Outvoices

1. Verb. (third-person singular of outvoice) ¹



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Definition of Outvoices

1. outvoice [v] - See also: outvoice

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outvoices

outvaunted
outvaunting
outvaunts
outvenom
outvenomed
outvenoming
outvenoms
outvie
outvied
outvies
outvillain
outvillained
outvillains
outvoice
outvoiced
outvoices (current term)
outvoicing
outvote
outvoted
outvoter
outvoters
outvotes
outvoting
outvying
outwait
outwaited
outwaiting
outwaits
outwalk
outwalked

Literary usage of Outvoices

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1. Proceedings by National Speech Arts Association (1893)
"... the ear and startles even stupor into attention; this which lessens the fatigue of listening, and outvoices the murmur and unruly stir of an assembly. ..."

2. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1894)
"... pleading for English as "an unsurpassed aliment of the spiritual life " and " a most effective instrument of spiritual discipline," hardly outvoices the ..."

3. The Journey of William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World, 1253-55 by Willem van Ruysbroeck (1900)
"We entered their church, singing joyfully and at the tops of outvoices : "Salve, regina!" for it had been a long time since (294) we had seen a church. ..."

4. The Moral Damage of War by Walter Walsh (1906)
"52 For the prophet outvoices the Pharisee as he exclaims, " When ye spread forth your hands, I will hide mine eyes from you; yea, when ye make many prayers, ..."

5. The Biblical Repository and Classical Review. by American Biblical Repository (1837)
"... and frame do not spring from present feeling they will be deficient in power and beauty. They give us rules, forsooth, for the tones of outvoices ; why ..."

6. New Science of Elocution: The Elements and Principles of Vocal Expression in by S. S. Hamill (1886)
"... and startles even stupor into attention; this which lessens the fatigue of listening, and outvoices the stir and rustle of an assembly. ..."

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