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


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  • The eastern branch of this stream of emigration passed through the valley of the Buret Hei, where we constantly outstrode groups of them with their cattle and herds.

    Beasts, Men and Gods

  • However, my Mauser outstrode his rifle and I was allowed to continue my story.

    Beasts, Men and Gods

  • Side by side, keeping pace in our swinging gallop, we distanced the ostrich, we outstrode the zebra; and, as we went, it seemed the wilderness blossomed like the rose.

    Dream Days

  • In consequence of these toils and this self-dedication I possess a calm and clear consciousness that in many and most important departments of truth and beauty I have outstrode my contemporaries, those at least of highest name, that the number of my. printed works bear witness that I have not been idle, and the seldom acknowledged but strictly _proveable_ effects of my labours appropriated to the welfare of my age in the _Morning Post_ before the peace of

    English Men of Letters: Coleridge


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