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  • verb Present participle of upstage.

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Examples

  • According to critic Ian Hamilton ‘To hear them chuckling over her cute spiritual despairs was a fine bonus for her old age, and she took particular pleasure in upstaging the beatniks at the avant-garde poetry rallies she for some reason kept getting invited to throughout the 1960s.’

    2010 January « Tales from the Reading Room

  • According to critic Ian Hamilton ‘To hear them chuckling over her cute spiritual despairs was a fine bonus for her old age, and she took particular pleasure in upstaging the beatniks at the avant-garde poetry rallies she for some reason kept getting invited to throughout the 1960s.’

    Literary Tourette’s « Tales from the Reading Room

  • I mean, this guy held a press conference when the President was just about to make a big speech, kind of upstaging him.

    CNN Transcript Feb 12, 2009

  • I mean, this guy held a press conference when the president was just about to make a big speech, kind of upstaging him.

    CNN Transcript Feb 12, 2009

  • There is no need to manufacture any theme with regard to Palin "upstaging" "John Bush", just let it play out as is.

    What's The Plan To Deal With Palin?

  • The actual Sarah Palin making the much-anticipated debut last night on "Saturday Night Live," and kind of upstaging -- obviously this was all scripted, but kind of upstaging Tina Fey.

    CNN Transcript Oct 19, 2008

  • While some criticism was leveled at the singer for "upstaging" the president (and one suspects the real complaint was that she gave the first lady competition on the fashion front), the hat was a huge success.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • Judge orders promoter to pay R&B singer for 'upstaging' R. Kelly

    MTV UK

  • "Inside its relentless alienation the bleak compositions of its ruined and soulless landscapes become isolating and yet strangely elegiac; a hypnotic and intimate embrace relating image to language to sound, with no one expression upstaging the other.

    GreenCine Daily

  • "Inside its relentless alienation the bleak compositions of its ruined and soulless landscapes become isolating and yet strangely elegiac; a hypnotic and intimate embrace relating image to language to sound, with no one expression upstaging the other.

    GreenCine Daily

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