outpreach

verb
out·​preach | \ ˌau̇t-ˈprēch \
outpreached; outpreaching; outpreaches

Definition of outpreach

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: to outdo or surpass in preaching : to preach better than Dr. Jones combined the dynamic, the magnetic, and the dramatic in one personality; and with spiritual perception, a keen insight into the Word of God, and a homey philosophy, he outpreached anybody else I ever heard.— Monroe Parker

First Known Use of outpreach

circa 1567, in the meaning defined above

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