Examples of outshine in a Sentence
She outshines all the other actors in the film.
the trumpeter outshines all of his fellow band members
Recent Examples of outshine from the Web
The retailer, based in suburban Minneapolis, posted a 5.4 percent jump in comparable sales in the May-to-July period, a performance that outshined that of many other retailers.
Isbell knows that Google’s meager distribution of women far outshines its terrible racial diversity.
Kluber (9-3) struck out 11 and outshined Gray (6-6), let down by a New York defense that made three errors in the first inning.
Supernovas happen when huge stars run out of fuel and collapse, creating an explosion that can briefly outshine their host galaxy.
On Tuesday, the singer graced the red carpet for the premiere of Valerian City of a Thousand Planets in Paris wearing a millennial pink ensemble that somehow outshone her other headline-making lewks from previous premieres.
Sessions remains popular in Alabama, and is perhaps the only public figure who can outshine the president among the state's GOP.
Larry Bird had outshone Havlicek and Baylor with a more versatile game than either possessed.
For blacks, the American dream—defined as upward mobility and a better life than our parents’ generation—has a caveat: Don’t outshine, outearn or outperform whites.
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First Known Use of outshine
Synonymsbeat, better, eclipse, exceed, excel, outclass, outdistance, outdo, outgun, outmatch, surpass, outstrip, overtop, top, tower (over), transcend
Related Wordsone-up, outpace, outrace, outrun, overpass; best, clobber, conquer, crush, defeat, drub, lick, master, outcompete, outperform, overcome, overmatch, prevail (over), rout, shame, skunk, subdue, surmount, thrash, trim, triumph (over), trounce, wallop, whip, win (against), worst; outbalance, outweigh, overbear, overshadow, trump
Near Antonymslose (to)
OUTSHINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outshine for English Language Learners
: to do better than (someone or something) : to earn more respect or attention than (someone or something)
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