Definitions

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  • verb transitive To dress better than.

Etymologies

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out- +‎ dress

Examples

  • The white couples outdress the Negroes like Saks to Woolworths, but all of them can move.

    Junction « A Fly in Amber

  • I am going to outdress and outclass that bitch coming and going, I tell you.

    Back For the Fall

  • Some of you cluck about not wanting to outdress your parishioners.

    Archive 2006-06-25

  • I am going to outdress and outclass that bitch coming and going, I tell you.

    Archive 2006-08-27

  • GUPTA: Can I just say Larry, despite the fact that Ed Henry's wearing a tuxedo, you with your shiny suspenders, still able to outdress him.

    CNN Transcript Feb 8, 2006

  • Some of you cluck about not wanting to outdress your parishioners.

    Dress For the Highest Moments Of Your Calling

  • GUPTA: Can I just say Larry, despite the fact that Ed Henry's wearing a tuxedo, you with your shiny suspenders, still able to outdress him.

    CNN Transcript Feb 8, 2006

  • And the kids used to kid us about who was going to outdress who the next day.

    CNN Transcript Jan 14, 2005

  • Everywhere I looked, I saw Rolls Royces, Mercedes, and other expensive automobiles, as well as limousines like ours with chauffeurs in uniforms opening doors for people who looked like they were all in a contest to outdress each other.

    Unfinished Symphony

  • Everywhere I looked, I saw Rolls Royces, Mercedes, and other expensive automobiles, as well as limousines like ours with chauffeurs in uniforms opening doors for people who looked like they were all in a contest to outdress each other.

    Unfinished Symphony

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