Definition of Outwaste

1. to surpass in wasting [v -WASTED, -WASTING, -WASTES] - See also: wasting



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outwaste

outwalls
outwar
outward
outward-bound
outward-developing
outward-moving
outwardly
outwardness
outwardnesses
outwards
outwarred
outwarring
outwars
outwash
outwashes
outwaste (current term)
outwasted
outwastes
outwasting
outway
outways
outwear
outwearied
outwearies
outwearing
outwears

Literary usage of Outwaste

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

1. Lyra Germanica: Hymns for the Sundays & Chief Festivals of the Christian Year by Christian Karl Josias Bunsen (1865)
"Who in God his hope hath placed Shall not life in pain outwaste, Fullest joy he yet shall taste. Though to-day may not fulfil All thy hopes, have patience ..."

2. The Shadow of the Rock, and Other Religious Poems (1872)
"... Ne'er with shame was turned away,— He who gave himself to God, on him had cast a load ; Who in God his hope hath placed^ Shall not life in pain outwaste ..."

3. Hymns of the Church Militant by Anna Bartlett Warner (1865)
"Who in God his hope hath placed, Shall not life in pain outwaste, Fullest joy he yet shall taste. Though today may not fulfil All thy hopes, have patience ..."

4. Morning and Evening Exercises: Selected from the Published and Unpublished by Henry Ward Beecher, Lyman Abbott (1874)
"... surely sweet relief, Who in God his hope hath placed Shall not life in pain outwaste, Fullest joy he yet shall taste. ..."

5. Sursum Corda: Hymns for the Sick and Suffering by Mary Wilder (Foote) Tileston (1877)
"... hope hath placed Shall not life in pain outwaste, Fullest joy he yet shall taste. Though to-day may not fulfil All thy hopes, have patience still, ..."

6. Quiet Hours: A Collection of Poems by Roberts Brothers (Boston, Mass.) (1874)
"Who in God his hope hath placed Shall not life in pain outwaste, Fullest joy he yet shall taste. Though to-day may not fulfil All thy hopes, have patience ..."

7. Daily Praise and Prayer by Rush Rhees Shippen (1884)
"Who in God his hope hath placed Shall not life in pain outwaste, Fullest joy he yet shall taste. I will meet distress and pain, I will greet e'en Death's ..."

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