Definitions

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  • verb transitive To cheer more or louder than.

Etymologies

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out- +‎ cheer

Examples

  • Come outcheer on th' porch. he opens a large cooler That there redfish is an 8-pounder.

    Bait Shop

  • "Well, Ah wanted to catcha and make sure everthang was okay fer yall outcheer."

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  • The two armies shouted themselves hoarse, each trying to outcheer the other.

    The Guns Of The South

  • It would be awfully embarrassing to see the visiting crowd outnumber, let alone outcheer, the Wooster boosters in that type of game.

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  • COMMENTING RULES: We encourage an open exchange of ideas in the STLtoday community, but we ask you to follow St. Louis Rams 'Richie Incognito says Chicago Bears fans likely to outcheer Rams fans

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  • COMMENTING RULES: We encourage an open exchange of ideas in the STLtoday community, but we ask you to follow St. Louis Rams 'Richie Incognito says Chicago Bears fans likely to outcheer Rams fans

    STLtoday.com Top News Headlines

  • COMMENTING RULES: We encourage an open exchange of ideas in the STLtoday community, but we ask you to follow St. Louis Rams 'Richie Incognito says Chicago Bears fans likely to outcheer Rams fans

    STLtoday.com Top News Headlines

  • COMMENTING RULES: We encourage an open exchange of ideas in the STLtoday community, but we ask you to follow St. Louis Rams 'Richie Incognito says Chicago Bears fans likely to outcheer Rams fans

    STLtoday.com Top News Headlines

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