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
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.
Read on to see which drugstore shampoo outshone the others, which one my husband has permanently stolen, and how a shampoo with Himalayan crystals performed.
Gatlin and Trey Hardee outshine the youngsters on Day 2 of the USATF Outdoor Championships.
Some people are afraid to have talented people around them because somehow that person might outshine you.
Not to be outshined, their award-winning Famous Sweet Tea is also available in a convenient half-gallon bottle that's perfectly portable to bring to summer barbecues, picnics, and church socials.
A few ringers om Burgundy and Sonoma filled out the roster, but none of them outshone the locals.
After just two NBA Finals games, Golden State's Kevin Durant is outshining Cleveland's LeBron James -- who is widely considered the best player in the NBA.
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First Known Use of outshine
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)
OUTSHINE Defined for Kids
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