from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To surpass in giving; to give more than.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To surpass in giving.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To surpass in generosity; give more than (another).
- To give out; come to the last of.
In December, secular members of Reddit organized to "outgive" their Christian and Muslim counterparts in providing medical services in developing countries.
Kiva also lets members sign up for giving teams, which compete to outgive each other.
However, if liberals just went ahead and "pooled their resources" I am sure conservatives might even join them since conservatives outgive via charitable giving 2:1 over liberals, but I digress, and you might get "lost in the weeds," to solve problems, that would be ok.
Us conservatives continue to outgive you liberals by a huge margin.
There is an immediacy in every sermon and you can't outgive God financially to do this end time work, but they ask you to try.
Conservatives outgive liberals in every measurable way my emphasis.
A trade war in which the nations of the world strive to outgive one another in order to help support their own industries would amount to a collaborative global stimulus.
Fifth, it's a proven fact that conservatives outgive liberals 2-to-1 in charitable giving.
But, I doubt that we could outgive them in that category!
I know you’ve heard this cliché—we can’t outgive God—but there’s deep truth in the familiar words.
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