Definitions

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  • v. To surpass in environmental activism or consciousness.

Etymologies

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out- +‎ green

Examples

  • The aim of the new game becomes not to outproduce, but to 'outgreen' - not to make more stuff, but to make it in a way that is cleaner and smarter.

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  • Try as they might at the moment they just cannot ‘outgreen’ Sinn Fein.

    Some thoughts on Fianna Fail's recent discovery of the north

  • "I have no doubt the US will outgreen Europe by creating not only the technology, but the incentives and the capital markets that will push forward more quickly than Europe a far-reaching green economy," he states.

    EurActiv.com

  • The SDLP’s futile attempts to “outgreen” the Shinners are as you’ve said, a waste of time.

    "THE SDLP’S CHALLENGE"

  • "Can we really outgreen poverty and pollution at the same time?

    Center for American Progress

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