verb (used with object), out·slept, out·sleep·ing.

to sleep through or later than (a specified time).
to sleep until the end of: to outsleep a thunderstorm.

Origin of outsleep

First recorded in 1580–90; out- + sleep
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Examples from the Web for outsleep

Historical Examples of outsleep

  • “Your pardon, Don José, that I outsleep the camp,” he muttered haltingly.

    The Treasure Trail

    Marah Ellis Ryan

  • Yet even he could not outsleep the reluctant lingering of night.

    Out of the Depths

    Robert Ames Bennet

  • Oh to drink of it again, and to lay her head upon the pillow and outsleep the day!

    The Whirlpool

    George Gissing

  • Not a morning did I outsleep the reveille; nor once missed matins in the Cathedral.

    The Bandolero

    Mayne Reid