outtalk

[out-tawk]

Origin of outtalk

First recorded in 1590–1600; out- + talk
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Historical Examples of outtalk

  • The Indians were philosophers and orators; they could outtalk the white man every time.

    The Iron Puddler

    James J. Davis

  • "Our s'leckman can outtalk him three to one," confided one of the Smyrna supporters to Constable Nute.


British Dictionary definitions for outtalk

outtalk

verb (tr)
  1. to talk more, longer, or louder than (someone)
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