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  • v. Simple past of outring.

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Examples

  • ` ` There comes Uncle John! '' she added, as the clatter of a staff on the stone steps of the stairway outrang, for an instant, the cries of hurrying and confusion that filled the air of the street.

    Twilight stories

  • "And -- and -- it's the Cruncher with her!" cried Erebus in a tone in which disgust outrang surprise.

    The Terrible Twins

  • "Rotary outrang Kiwanis $2,800 to $2,100," High Noon newsletter editor

    Durangoherald.com

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