Not only that, you feel that you have been out-done, at every point.
Rochester (not to be out-done): “Yours, doctor, to the lowest pit of hell.”
On looking at the picture, Mr. Hone said to me, after praising it to the skies, George has out-done himself!
I never permit myself to be out-done in politeness, and treated them with all consideration.
Indeed I think, continues that learned and sensible historian, our Indians have out-done the Romans in this particular.
He could not allow himself to be out-done in the matter of coolness by this chit of an English girl.
The simplicity and elegance of Emma's toilette were not to be out-done even by her own.
Never shall it be said that Michael Scott was out-done in his own art, and that by a poor peddling friar.