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

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Examples

  • Come to think of it, "outshined" probably would have a much lower public profile without Soundgarden.

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  • Republican National Chairman Michael Steele said it was "unfortunate that the president's star power has outshined tireless advocates who have made real achievements working towards peace and human rights."

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  • Though would also add a kick arse or strong heroine, that doesn't get totally outshined (is that a word?) by the hero.

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  • But it was outshined by German rival BMW AG, which defended its title as the world's best-selling premium car maker while reaping fat profit margins, due partly to a streamlined cost base.

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  • It would've been easy to get lost in the testosterone-heavy Boardwalk Empire cast, but Macdonald hung tough — and dare we say even outshined some of the boys — with her understated portrayal of Margaret Schroeder.

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  • The leadership provided by senior point guard Tweety Carter and his ability to run the Bears 'floor game, coupled by the hot shooting of LaceDarius Dunn, gave Baylor a backcourt combination that outshined most opponents.

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  • Not to be outshined by their canine counterparts, Lisa's cats, Vivi and Mimi, are the princesses of the house, and have no problem keeping the rest of the brood in line.

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  • When we were auditioning bands for Sunday brunch, Mello 4.5 outshined all the rest.

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  • Europe's problems this week outshined growing evidence that the U.S. economy continues to improve.

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  • "They have always sort of outshined the other jurisdictions in a number of ways," says Carr, "and the smaller gap is one of those ways."

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