outbrave


out·brave

verb \ˌat-ˈbrāv\

Definition of OUTBRAVE

transitive verb
1
:  to face or resist defiantly
2
:  to exceed in courage

Examples of OUTBRAVE

  1. <completing the survival course is largely a matter of one's willingness to outbrave both the elements and the specter of total isolation>

First Known Use of OUTBRAVE

1589

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