verb (used with object), out·spoke, out·spo·ken, out·speak·ing.
to outdo or excel in speaking.
to utter frankly or boldly: to outspeak one's grievances.
verb (used without object), out·spoke, out·spo·ken, out·speak·ing.
to speak out: to outspeak in defense of one's beliefs.
Origin of outspeak
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He meant well, but he did not outspeak it; only because to his quiet nature that appeared so needless.The Maid of Sker
Richard Doddridge Blackmore