verb (used with object), out·faced, out·fac·ing.
Examples from the Web for outface
You cannot outface consequences nor outdare natural tragedy; no, not even you, Christina Hope!"Persons Unknown"|Virginia Tracy
You have been chased in the field by the grown men of my party; it seems a poor kind of pleasure to outface a boy.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 10 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
A few large stars are visible then, lingering to outface the dawn.Shakespeare's England|William Winter
It required a most indomitable geniality, indeed, to outface the rigid piety of Jean Paul Victor.Riders of the Silences|John Frederick
It would have taken a man of supernerve to outface that situation.Way of the Lawless|Max Brand