Definitions

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  • v. To yell more loudly than.

Etymologies

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out- +‎ yell

Examples

  • In fairness, it is this author's contention that shouting matches and trying to "outyell" your opponents is not an appropriate and recommended way to engage in debate.

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  • And likely is doing the best she can, with rationalizations trying to outyell the reservations.

    The Mom in the Mirror

  • The man who is bigger, who can outyell and outstare us, who can hit us without our hitting him, and who can keep us from moving, does originally extort a crestfallen, abashed physique and mind.

    Human Traits and their Social Significance

  • 'Let the owners stand on Nantucket beach and outyell the Typhoons.

    Moby-Dick, or, The Whale

  • Perhaps the written shouting is just another version of what happens on television, where if two people disagree they simply try to outyell each other.

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  • While some white men express anger in violence against women too, Joan’s experience suggests the kind of paradigm shift that can provide black women with a new way of examining potential partners— a shift away from the kind of man who can outyell us or do even worse.

    Don’t Bring Home a White Boy

  • “Let the owners stand on Nantucket beach and outyell the

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • "Let the owners stand on Nantucket beach and outyell the Typhoons.

    Moby Dick, or, the whale

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