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- v. (transitive) To tell more or better lies than.
- v. To lie outside, or at the extremes or periphery.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To exceed in lying.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To remain in the open air; camp out.
- To outdo in lying; be or show one's self to be a greater liar than.
Why not give that to a worthy cause like this instead of trying to outlie each other in tv ads?
You can be the worlds biggest hypocritical liar and pervert and if you can outlie and outsmear your opponent you can win a free trip to the all you can steal taxpayer trough.
Boobies (Pelecanus sula), gulls, petrels, and men-of-war birds (P. aquila), flew about the ship; according to the experts, they were bound for fetid marshes which outlie the Loge
He had been trained in the old school of diplomacy and he could outlie his opponents just as he could outwalk them and outdrink them and outride them.
Well, this fellow can outlie the ` Witling of Terror 'and not half try.
They outlie the southern coast of the United States and guard the approaches to the ports of Mexico, Venezuela, and the Isthmus, by which we reach from the east the western coasts of Mexico and of the
Boobies (Pelecanus sula), gulls, petrels, and men - of-war birds (P. aquila), flew about the ship; according to the experts, they were bound for fetid marshes which outlie the Loge
For many years this comfortable mole excited the strongest opposition: it was wasting money, and the stones, carelessly thrown in, would at once be carried off by the sea and increase the drenching breakers which outlie the beach.
We passed the Castles of San Fernando and La Catalina to the villas and the gardens planted with thin trees that outlie the north; and we entered the capital by a neat bridge thrown over the Barranco de la Mata, where a wall from the upper castle once kept out the doughty aborigines.
[FN#120] The rubbish heaps which outlie Eastern cities, some