verb (used with object), out·shone or out·shined, out·shin·ing.
verb (used without object), out·shone or out·shined, out·shin·ing.
- outside broadcast,
- outside caliper
Origin of outshine
Examples from the Web for outshine
Some followers have even hinted that “good divorces” outshine mediocre marriages.
On that memorable evening the poet dressed to outshine every man present.Eve and David|Honore de Balzac
All man wants is covering; a woman must have ornament, and she must equal, if not outshine, her neighbor.Skookum Chuck Fables|Skookum Chuck (pseud for R.D. Cumming)
Lady Delacour, with no object in life but pleasure, cast aside her own happiness that she might outshine the woman she hated.Woman's Work in English Fiction|Clara Helen Whitmore