verb (used with object), out·shone or out·shined, out·shin·ing.
verb (used without object), out·shone or out·shined, out·shin·ing.
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Because of its first-party data, and because of the high demand for user purchase data, it is poised to outshine its competitors in the ad world in the coming years.As privacy changes loom, Amazon stands to reap the greatest reward|Michael Waters|April 6, 2021|Digiday
Netflix has still outshined many TV networks and services, which have struggled to find new programming to air during the pandemic.Netflix’s pandemic growth slows, sending shares tumbling|Verne Kopytoff|October 20, 2020|Fortune
At $149, the Powerbeats won’t outshine the pricier Pro model, but it does make for a decent pair of headphones at a fair price if you can get over some potential dealbreakers.Apple's New Powerbeats Are OK, But Design Flaws Keep Them From Greatness|Patrick Lucas Austin|March 27, 2020|Time
While some parodies end up major flops, the ones that get it right can sometimes outshine their mainstream rivals.The Art of Smutty Spoofs: Porn Parodies Aren’t a Joke Anymore|Aurora Snow|March 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Some followers have even hinted that “good divorces” outshine mediocre marriages.
Consequently, I opined that it would be no difficult achievement to outshine all my schoolfellows.
In the full blaze of day came a meteor that swept to the earth in an arc of fire to outshine the sun.
Women might in many departments of labour be equal to, or outshine men, but they will not take the trouble.
In grace and manly beauty, in his qualities of heart and intellect, contemporaries held him to outshine Trajan.The Walls of Constantinople|Bernard Granville Baker
He was doubtless trying to outshine him, and for that reason he even got his clothes from the same tailor in Nice.The Enemies of Women|Vicente Blasco Ibez