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  • v. Present participle of outsing.


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  • His first was a decade ago, singing Oroveso in an ill-starred Norma whose vocal highlights were Gary Rideout as Flavio, handily outsinging the Pollione, and Anna Caterina Antonacci as a dramatic Adalgisa with a very short top.

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  • And with a voice that can do what his can, a person can afford a little wobble or two here and there -- he's still outsinging the hell out of the rest of the competition.

    Adam Lambert sings "The Tracks of My Tears."

  • Once she had brought him to a tardy realization of her superiority over Constance Stevens, by outsinging the latter, along with all the other contestants, she was certain that admiration for herself as a singer would blot out any unpleasant impression he might earlier have conceived of her.

    Marjorie Dean High School Sophomore

  • They were not really spinning, -- any one could see that, but they were sticking very closely to their business of each outsinging the other, and collectively of drowning out the orchestra.

    Long Live the King!

  • Some women can only sing their best when they think of the other women they are outsinging.

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 4 Sexual Selection In Man

  • The little waves were glittering and dancing in the sunshine, and chiming with the merry carols of the larks, outsinging one another in the blue sky overhead.

    The Doctor's Dilemma

  • Naima is outsinging Jacob by several laps tonight.

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  • So unless you are a music Connoisseur, put a sock in it and watch this week's performance. zarak khan Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 09: 58 AM EST its the other way around hes outsinging danny gokey terri Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 09: 58 AM EST

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  • I often feel embarrassed by 400 away fans outsinging 5,000 home fans, but what can I do about it?


  • Beyonce even branched out and put her own spin on Alanis Morissette's angry "You Oughta Know," easily outsinging the Canadian songstress.

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