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

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Examples

  • Poor and starving though it must have been, Scranton had no intention of being outsat at the game of playing for so rich a planet 'as Argus III; if Amalfi wanted Scranton off the planet, he was going to have to throw it off-or call for the cops.

    Cities In Flight

  • These thoughts made Sheila rather inattentive to other proposals, and she found herself obliged to go down to supper with Orion, since he had outsat and outtalked all the other young men who had hovered about her.

    Sheila of Big Wreck Cove A Story of Cape Cod

  • There was a legend in the family that once she fell asleep in the performance, and that the dancers turned down the lights and left the room; to her amazement when presently she awoke, for she thought she had outsat the party.

    Chimney-Pot Papers

  • _Sharlee's Parlor on Another Evening; how One Caller outsat Two, and why; also, how Sharlee looked in her Mirror for a Long Time, and why.

    Queed

  • _Sharlee's Parlor on Another Evening; how One Caller outsat Two, and why; also, how Sharlee looked in her Mirror for a Long

    Queed

  • Flood, weary in mind and body, retired to his home; the Convention, which outsat the House, adjourned, amid the bitter indignation of some, and the scarcely concealed relief of others.

    A Popular History of Ireland : from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics - Volume 2

  • He outsat every one at table excepting the little fat distiller of Schiedam, who had sat soaking for a long time before he broke forth; but when he did, he was a very devil incarnate.

    Tales of a Traveller

  • He, when he could get none to hold out with him, invited some to take their morning’s draught, others to dinner, to supper others, and others after, to take a merry glass of wine; so that as the first went off, the second came, and the third and fourth company and he all the while without any intermission took his glass round, and outsat all the four companies.

    Essays and Miscellanies

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