verb (used without object), out·rang, out·rung, out·ring·ing.
  1. to ring out:church bells outringing over the countryside.

Origin of outring

1325–75; Middle English (intransitive); see out-, ring2
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Historical Examples of outring

  • Along the station platform each of the fiacre drivers seizes a large dinner-bell and tries to outring the others.


    Christopher Morley