Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of outlive.

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Examples

  • In the latter two cases, the terms outlived the incumbents, as Quisenberry was dead from scarlet fever and Darey hit by lightning while woodcock shooting before the reservoir was half full.

    Stillwater

  • In the latter two cases, the terms outlived the incumbents, as Quisenberry was dead from scarlet fever and Darey hit by lightning while woodcock shooting before the reservoir was half full.

    Stillwater

  • In the latter two cases, the terms outlived the incumbents, as Quisenberry was dead from scarlet fever and Darey hit by lightning while woodcock shooting before the reservoir was half full.

    Stillwater

  • The value of de Kooning's paintings was also really helped by the fact that he "outlived" most of his competitors.

    Age and Entrepreneurship

  • And even an org could be regenerated if one had 'outlived' its usefulness or gotten too bad a name for itself.)

    Research Shows E-Voting Favored Bush, but Disputes Irregularity Argument

  • It also far outlived the Nazi and Fascist regimes.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Like so many of our kitchen things, it has outlived it's original owner, but the stainless steel reflects us.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Brian Knapp has a good roundup of critiques of protest rallies and concludes that they have outlived their usefulness.

    Protests Don’t Work | Heretical Ideas Magazine

  • But the company has since shut the site down, according to a Lilly spokesman, who says the site "outlived its goals."

    Drug Makers Replace Reps With Digital Tools

  • Like so many of our kitchen things, it has outlived it's original owner, but the stainless steel reflects us.

    Autumn Means Soup

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