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outface

verb out·face \ˌat-ˈfās\

Definition of OUTFACE

transitive verb
1
:  to cause to waver or submit by or as if by staring
2
:  to confront unflinchingly :  defy

Examples of OUTFACE

  1. <rescue workers who outface the daily threat of catastrophe>

First Known Use of OUTFACE

circa 1529

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