- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outshine.
“Some even argue that this stocking-stuffer title outshone the more anticipated Half-Life and Team Fortress games that came bundled with Portal in the 2007 hit Orange Box for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.”
“At the Academy Awards last week, Kathryn Bigelow's gritty Iraq War movie "The Hurt Locker" outshone "Avatar" after a nail-biting campaign season.”
“Though Akshay was slightly apprehensive in helping Deepika considering 'how good women are at picking up skills', he was quite sure he wouldn't be 'outshone' by his leading lady.”
“Yet this striking young soprano, making her Opera North debut, has a diamond-sharp delivery that is never outshone by her costume.”
“Haley Barbour Miss. to turn the committee into a financial juggernaut that outshone even the Republican National Committee.”
“Jonathan Miller , an appraiser and president of Miller Samuel Inc., said the Manhattan market—which has outshone the performance of housing markets across the country in recent years—was "stable but fragile.”
“Despite the fact that business morality was higher than on the mainland, Ah Chun outshone the business men of Honolulu in the scrupulous rigidity of his honesty.”
“Nureyev's charisma was palpable; he stood taller, smelt better, walked prouder, and simply outshone all the others around him.”
“The fans made plain their displeasure at the continued shortcomings of Jordan Henderson and Carroll combined cost £53m, both of whom were substituted, and the way in which Swansea's unsung midfield outshone their own.”
“As for New York, they are coming off a hugely impressive win over the Patriots in New England – one in which Eli Manning once again outshone Tom Brady.”
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