Definition of Outwarred
1. outwar [v] - See also: outwar
Lexicographical Neighbors of Outwarred
Literary usage of Outwarred
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Italian Conversation-grammar: A New and Practical Method of Learning the by Karl Marquard Sauer (1903)
"outwarred (lat.: bel- lum = war), conquered. 26) chariot. 27) quite. 28) allagare (lago = lake), to put under water. 29) portentous = huge. ..."
2. Flowers of France: The Renaissance Period, from Ronsard to Saint-Amant by Villon Society, London (1907)
"A virtuous heart, with noble patience stored, Ne'er boweth down beneath ill fortune's sword, Victorious ever, never fate-outwarred, To all resigned. ..."
3. Carol and Cadence: New Poems: MDCCCCII-MDCCCCVII. by John Payne (1908)
"... And not life, from the sheep And but milk from the goat and the cow; When Love shall be lord In the world outwarred And weary of toil and lust, ..."