outstare

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outstare (third-person singular simple present outstares, present participle outstaring, simple past and past participle outstared)

  1. to stare at someone so hard that they look away
    • 2004, Colm Toibin, The Master, Picador, paperback edition, page 44
      He held a tray but did not move from where he stood and managed, without any trace of emotion, to outstare Henry, who was standing in a group, half-listening to an anecdote.

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