from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outdress.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Rick Perry often outdresses his competitors, which may seem surprising for a man who grew up in denim, went off to college in boxers sewn by his mother and as governor has worn trucker hats and hunter's camouflage.
The bride is always thte last to enter the church, and she outdresses everyone else.
Ain't she always jolted quick in the first reel by the husband getting all ruined up in Wall Street, or the child getting stole, or the daughter that's just budding into womanhood running off with a polished shoe-drummer with city ways, or the only son robbing a bank, or husband taking up with a lady adventuress that lives across the hall in the same flat and outdresses mother?
Just because she likes to have a good time and outdresses these dames here -- is that any reason they should get out their hammers?