- to endure or last longer than: The pyramids outlasted the civilization that built them.
- to live longer than; outlive.
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Contemporary Examples of outlast
Certainly he will have the resources to outlast, discredit, and disqualify his rivals.Why the GOP Needs a Return to the Bush Leagues
April 21, 2014
Will the two-state solution survive to 2013 and outlast this blog?The Two-State Solution After Open Zion
December 19, 2013
What the Soviets failed to understand is that homegrown insurgency and religious fervor will outlast any conquering force.How Do You Defeat an Invisible Army?
February 18, 2013
Perhaps he tried to outlast the election in order to shelter Obama from the fallout of his own personal foibles.Petraeus: The Eric Cantor Angle
November 12, 2012
The conflict could outlast Assad, however and whenever he falls.Syrian Crisis Won’t Be Resolved With the Tactics Used in Libya
August 4, 2012
Historical Examples of outlast
God responds with light and guidance which outlast earthquakes and massacres.Mountain Meditations
Mrs. Garth's banter was not calculated to outlast this kind of assault.The Shadow of a Crime
A well-bred horse will outlast a common one, because it tries harder.War Letters of a Public-School Boy
When the right virtue is in them, they outlast every other work of man.The Preacher and His Models
Ain't it strange that a piece o' caliker'll outlast you and me?Aunt Jane of Kentucky
Eliza Calvert Hall
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