outsoar

verb out·soar \ ˌau̇t-ˈsȯr \

Definition of outsoar

transitive verb
: to soar beyond or above : to outdo or surpass in soaring
  • … the grandeur of the penthouses, with their 13- and 16-foot ceilings outsoaring the standard penthouse height of 10 feet …
  • —Lucinda Hahn
  • No matter who sheʼs working with, [Ruby] Amanfu says she lives for the moments when she feels sheʼs outside her own body, outsoaring her own expectations.
  • —D. Patrick Rodgers

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