verb (used with object), out·dared, out·dar·ing.
to surpass in daring.
to defy; brave.
withstand, defy, confront, taunt, insult, resist, oppose, threaten, provoke, spurn, thwart, violate, ridicule, elude, flout, ignore, disregard, mock, court, risk
Origin of outdare
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You cannot outface consequences nor outdare natural tragedy; no, not even you, Christina Hope!"Persons Unknown"