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Gertrude felt that the perpetuity and usefulness of such a fund or monument dedicated to her father would outrival the pyramids.
There was no verdure, no flowers, no birds hidden beneath the frondage, and twittering as if to outrival each other.
THE TIGER-SLAYERGUSTAVE AIMARD
In short, it is charming, and though things are much better at Rochecotte, there are some here which outrival ours.
This surpassingly grand bit of scenery is considered by some people to outrival that pride of all Americans, Niagara Falls.
In our physical geography we shall read marvelous stories that outrival the romances of Dumas and Hugo.
THE RECONSTRUCTED SCHOOLFRANCIS B. PEARSON
Other young fellows, that wanted to outrival their companions, had to wait a fortnight for the new medicine to be made.
DUTCH FAIRY TALES FOR YOUNG FOLKSWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
I can see that you are going to achieve a reputation that will outrival that of your canine compatriot, unless you have a care.
"The Vierle Balls outrival even the Court functions," she explained.
The topaz goblet and the amber tankard, however, would outrival it in most eyes.
GLIMPSES OF THREE COASTSHELEN HUNT JACKSON
Lorenzo, in competition with his uncle, determined that the Laurel branch should outrival the Diamond.

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