From out- + brave.
outbrave (third-person singular simple present outbraves, present participle outbraving, simple past and past participle outbraved)
- To stand out bravely against; to face up to courageously.
- To surpass or outrival.
- 1621, Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, New York Review Books, 2001, p.263:
- to outbrave one another, they will tire their bodies, macerate their souls, and through contentions or mutual invitations beggar themselves.
- To be more brave than.