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


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  • The sound of the war-car behind them outroared the roaring of the flames.

    The Coming of Cuculain

  • For two hours that storm raged with such fury that the volleying peals of thunder quite outroared the booming of the Russian artillery and rifle-fire, which gradually died down as the Muscovites began to realise that there was no attack; and about two o'clock in the morning the storm passed away, still rumbling and muttering, to the eastward.

    Under the Ensign of the Rising Sun A Story of the Russo-Japanese War

  • For although he was nearing the haven now of threescore years and ten, his throat and heart were so sea-worthy that he could very sweetly have outroared them all.

    Springhaven : a Tale of the Great War


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