outsoar

verb
out·​soar | \ ˌau̇t-ˈsȯr How to pronounce outsoar (audio) \
outsoared; outsoaring; outsoars

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

First Known Use of outsoar

1674, in the meaning defined above

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