outshine

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  • She is coming out next year, and means to outshine us all. Cited from Betty Trevor, by Mrs. G. de Horne Vaizey
  • And she is too much of a lady to outshine the rest of us. Cited from Holiday Stories for Young People, by Various
  • He claimed that his comic books work outshone his other literary production.
  • Their writing in partnership is often considered their best work, outshining their individual novels.
  • His affection for his grandfather outshone anything he felt for his own parents.
  • I was going to say, how I wished I could outshine her for just one night! Cited from Greatheart, by Ethel M. Dell
  • She eventually refused to dance with him fearing that he would outshine her.
  • Not as in some clear nights when the larger stars entirely outshine the rest. Cited from Adventures in Criticism, by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • "I don't want a working boy like him to outshine me." Cited from Struggling Upward, by Horatio Alger, Jr.
  • When they came to the end of their journey, they started building of this castle which was to outshine all others. Cited from More English Fairy Tales, by Various
  • While at the same time they are also expected to act like women so they do not outshine their male colleagues.
  • Some of those women are very pretty, too, and outshine more than one court-beauty that I have seen. Cited from The Midnight Queen, by May Agnes Fleming
  • She did not know how she outshone most of the girls, with an air that was so different from the ordinary. Cited from A Little Girl in Old Detroit, by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • You outshone everyone, Helen, and you should do just the same all your life. Cited from King Midas: A Romance, by Upton Sinclair
  • Other stars are visible in the night sky, when they are not outshone by the Sun.
  • Will you hang your head in his presence, because he outshines you in equipage and show? Cited from The American Frugal Housewife, by Lydia M. Child
  • Men take no pleasure but in new designs; And what they hope for, what they have outshines. Cited from Poetical Works of Edmund Waller and Sir John Denham, by Waller & Denham
  • That takes all those up into itself, outshining them in radiance and glory. Cited from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3
  • From each he differs in being greater, he outshines them all. Cited from English Literature For Boys and Girls,
  • I said, just now, he might be at once outshone by a brickbat. Cited from Love's Meinie, by John Ruskin
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Meaning of outshine

  • verb Shine brighter than
    What star outshines the sun?
  • verb Attract more attention and praise than others
    This film outshone all the others in quality