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  • v. Present participle of outdress.


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  • “There is no such thing as outtalking me, outhustling me, outthinking me or outdressing me,” writes Lucas, 79, who was portrayed by Denzel Washington in the flick “American Gangster.”

    Druglord ‘gangster’ fashion victim «

  • Even in the short time I had been here, I saw that people wore their wealth like badges, outbuilding, outdriving, outdressing each other, and, as Thelma Carriage had said yesterday, even outpartying each other.


  • And for once I shall have the pleasure of outdressing you.

    Winter Evening Tales


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