outshout

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

out- +‎ shout

Verb[edit]

outshout (third-person singular simple present outshouts, present participle outshouting, simple past and past participle outshouted)

  1. To shout louder or for longer than another.
  2. To merit the most attention or praise.
    This by far outshouts the competition.

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