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- v. Simple past of outswear.
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Lord Worthington descended into the ring and tried to calm the hubbub; but Cashel shook his hand fiercely from his arm; menaced a manager who attempted to call him sternly to order; frantically pounded his wounded shoulder with his clenched fist, and so outswore and outwrangled them all, that even Skene began to urge that there had been enough fuss made.
Or that he outdrank the entire Baltimore police department and then outswore every detective at ol 'Ray Cole's wake
"I don't care a d---- about either hell or the devil, Sir Thomas, especially when I'm drunk; and I once, for a wager, outswore Squire