verb (used with object)
- outlaw strike,
Origin of outlast
Examples from the Web for outlast
Certainly he will have the resources to outlast, discredit, and disqualify his rivals.
Will the two-state solution survive to 2013 and outlast this blog?
What the Soviets failed to understand is that homegrown insurgency and religious fervor will outlast any conquering force.
Perhaps he tried to outlast the election in order to shelter Obama from the fallout of his own personal foibles.
The conflict could outlast Assad, however and whenever he falls.Syrian Crisis Won’t Be Resolved With the Tactics Used in Libya|P.J. Crowley|August 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They were overweeningly met by some incapable upstarts of yesterday, whose devotion was not to outlast the 20th May.History of the Commune of 1871|P. Lissagary
"Lady Josceline will outlast most of us," he declared with the utmost nonchalance.The White Blackbird|Hudson Douglas
They were conceived for precise practical experiences and usually did not outlast the experience, or the person who embodied it.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
And he has a certain degree of candour while you talk to him, but unfortunately it does not outlast your departure.Leigh Hunt's Relations with Byron, Shelley and Keats|Barnette Miller
The mule, too, is well suited to plantation labor, and will outlast a horse at it.The Mule|Harvey Riley