1. be more of a rival than
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How To Use outrival In A Sentence

  • The long walks, when, to make up for play, her father told her of foreign places with magical names, outrivalled in enchantment any legendary fables. DEVELOPMENT A NOVEL BY W. BRYHER WITH A PREFACE BY AMY LOWELL
  • I have seen the Canadian and American Rockies, the Andes and the Alps and the Highlands of Scotland; but for simple beauty, Cape Breton outrivals them all.
  • The dress is sewn with a garden of silk roses, outrivalled by the natural roses in her corsage and those fallen from it.
  • Rather than being a ‘shining example of morality and good order,’ he noted, it often was the scene of ‘mad recklessness that outrivaled in lawlessness even the worst days of the early mining camps.’
  • Stories that outrivalled the Arabian Nights clouded the realm of reason. Wealth of the World's Waste Places and Oceania
  • “I want them to outrival in splendor those for any of her predecessors.” The Tudors: King Takes Queen
  • Great Jupiter, king of the Martian night, whose brilliancy, if not his size, outrivalled the pale moons; Saturn, with his tilted ring, was visible to the naked eye; and yon pearly blue star, just rising to announce the morning, was Earth. Pharaoh's Broker Being the Very Remarkable Experiences in Another World of Isidor Werner
  • Their only means of subsistence appear to be in theft, and in this they are said to outrival even the nimble-fingered islanders of the South Seas.
  • He already suspected -- from a brief but polite exchange of words with the class president -- that their language ability might outrival the simple lessons he had developed for his Bible study class. Excerpt: Heaven Lake by John Dalton
  • He has set up a kind of personality cult, which I think now outrivals Hitler or Stalin.
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