outstare

[ UK /a‍ʊtstˈe‍ə/ ]
VERB
  1. overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring
    He simply stared down his opponent
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How To Use outstare In A Sentence

  • Oh - and she teases the bunny rabbit there too .. no pawing, just sitting there, trying to outstare a rabbit that would (and could) probably kill her at a moments notice. Keep Your Cats From Destroying Your Furniture | Lifehacker Australia
  • They stood there trying to outstare each other until the girl came out of the bathroom. The Concrete Blonde
  • Hard men try to outstare each other, to find out who's the hardest. Chris Ryan's Strike Back and Timothy Spall: Somewhere at Sea
  • The Pascalian principle that wagering on a notional truth is as good as treating it as a certainty holds for the determination we have at Cannes to outstare a basilisk movie, or to die in the attempt. GreenCine Daily: Weekend fests and events.
  • Sheep as Welsh as Brother Cadfael gazed towards the southwest, where the long ridge of Berwyn rose in the distance; long, haughty, inscrutable faces, and sharp ears, and knowing yellow eyes that could outstare a saint. Monk's Hood
  • They each gave a man-growl indicating their approval, then Johnny tried to outstare Menessos. Fatal Circle
  • 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
  • He held a tray but did not move from where he stood and managed, without any trace of emotion, to outstare Henry, who was standing in a group, half listening to an anecdote. The Master
  • He squints into the sun, tries to outstare the sun, turns away thrilled and laughing. Excerpt: Loser by Jerry Spinelli
  • Oh - and she teases the bunny rabbit there too.. no pawing, just sitting there, trying to outstare a rabbit that would and could probably kill her at a moments notice. Keep Your Cats From Destroying Your Furniture | Lifehacker Australia
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