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
However, this is one of those rare cases where the remake outshines the original in every way.
A week ago, Roseanne’s astounding ratings outshone its co-creators political orientation.
Despite the controversy, Wolf's routine has racked up more than six million views on C-SPAN's YouTube channel — outshining Meyers' performance from 2011.
The comic’s comics Maria Bamford: Last year, Hannibal Buress arguably outshone the headliners with a devastatingly funny multimedia performance for a packed crowd in the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
Courtesy of Brown-Forman Put down your mint julep: Thurby now has its own cocktail that's sure to outshine the Kentucky Derby staple.
Dad Prince William's net worth stands at about $30 million, according to Wealth-X. The upcoming wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on May 19 may also outshine the birth in terms of financial activity.
For the record, Garcia outshone Sanchez, who in that 5-0 win in 2006 went 5 2/3 innings and allowed seven hits, including two by Derek Jeter, now the Marlins’ CEO.
Kudlow has taken Trump's directive to defend him on television too literally, some sources worry, and risks over-saturating the airwaves and outshining his boss -- the quickest way to get fired in the Trump White House.
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best, clobber, conquer, crush, defeat, drub, lick, master, overcome, overmatch, prevail (over), rout, shame, skunk, subdue, surmount, thrash, trim, triumph (over), trounce, wallop, whip, win (against), worst;
go one better, run circles around (or run rings around);
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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