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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outlove.


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  • What is it like for a man to suddenly find himself conspicuously upstaged and outloved by a woman that he picked out of near-obscurity to stand by him?

    Slate article about John and Sarah that makes me think of Charles and Diana.

  • My beloved, my destiny won, outlived outloved alas, never outrun. old starlight - new starbright

    wendchymes Diary Entry

  • When one child walked away and the other developed an arrogant attitude—contrary to what they had been taught—this dad patiently and proactively outloved them by extending grace, forgiveness, and celebration.

    They Call Me Dad

  • For just a little time, while Natalie danced that night, Clayton Spencer faced the tragedy of the man in his prime, still strong and lusty with life, with the deeper passions of the deepening years, who has outgrown and outloved the woman he married.

    Dangerous Days


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