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  • v. Present participle of outshout.

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Examples

  • We've heard people outshouting the speakers as chaos rules the day.

    Ellen Sterling: Never Mind "Civil" Discourse -- Any Real Discourse Would Be Welcome

  • But aides are also saying that the president thinks it's just not constructive, it's not productive when you have people essentially outshouting or trying to outshout other people at town hall meetings on health care.

    CNN Transcript Aug 11, 2009

  • Unions and other supporters of the Democratic health program now have plans to confront opponents, including, if necessary, outshouting them at meetings.

    Supporters of Health-Care Change Prepare Counterattack

  • What if there had been a cyclone of outrage roaring back at them, outshouting them, sucking the oxygen out of their rooms, putting their jobs in jeopardy, and returning insinuation for insinuation?

    Mary Lyon: A Warrior for Another Time

  • Contrary to what we see on cable tv, you don't win an argument by outshouting the other side.

    Christians Aren't Going Away and Neither Are Gays

  • The 72,516 fans at Memorial Stadium did their best to provide a homefield advantage resembling Neyland Stadium's edge, packing Strawberry Canyon well before kickoff and easily outshouting the 10,000-plus Tennessee fans on the south end.

    USATODAY.com - College Football - Tennessee vs. California

  • The thunder of the drum was outshouting the wind; soon it would outshout any thunder roaring down from above.

    Conan and The Gods of The Mountain

  • Having concluded their arrangements for the Mayor's election, the party drinks itself into a noisy mood, each outshouting the other for the right to speak, each refilling and emptying his glass, each asserting with vile imprecations, his dignity as a gentleman.

    An Outcast or, Virtue and Faith

  • On sports fields, on popular reality television shows, power and humiliation, the strong celebrating over the weak, the many outshouting the few - these are staples of our social life and our entertainment.

    NYT > Opinion

  • Speakers earn screen time by hectoring or outshouting their opponents.

    Freep.com - RSS

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