verb (used with object), out·wrote or (Archaic) out·writ; out·writ·ten or (Archaic) out·writ; out·writ·ing.
to write more or better than.
Origin of outwrite
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This says, you have a noble pattern; but I hope I may say, you outwrite your copy.
Let the Comedie Humaine write itself and it will outwrite Balzac.Bidwell's Travels, from Wall Street to London Prison
Austin Biron Bidwell