[ out-sing ]

verb (used with object),out·sang, out·sung, out·sing·ing.
  1. to sing better than.

  2. to sing louder than.

Origin of outsing

First recorded in 1595–1605; out- + sing

Words Nearby outsing

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How to use outsing in a sentence

  • All this time his song was gaining in strength and volume, till by the first of May he could outsing any bird in the room.

    Upon The Tree-Tops | Olive Thorne Miller
  • The "Great Power" sang with increasing strength, as though he would outsing Pelle.

    Pelle the Conqueror, Complete | Martin Anderson Nexo
  • Thus it is, that one American mocking-bird can outsing all the birds of Europe united.

    Oak Openings | James Fenimore Cooper