outglitter

verb
out·glit·ter | \ˌau̇t-ˈgli-tər \
outglittered; outglittering; outglitters

Definition of outglitter 

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: to be more glamorous, lavish, or spectacular than : outshine At the moment, of course, nobody on the planet can outglitter Renée Fleming, who is perfectly cast as a glamour queen in The Merry Widow.— Martin Knelman

First Known Use of outglitter

circa 1623, in the meaning defined above

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