Large rose-trees, covered with blooms, outvied each other in scenting the air with delicious perfume.
It made her a bit dizzy to think of the rush of tumultuous emotions which had outvied the storm of the elements but now.
Her cheeks were vermilioned with nature's best rouge, and outvied all the labored works of art.
The property he had acquired by fraud was so great that he often outvied the king in the splendor of his establishments.
Archness became this lady of the sunny hair, tip-tilted nose, and complexion that outvied the apple-blossoms.
As the novelist asked him whether he liked the horse, Jules, not to be outvied, answered with an enumeration of its qualities.