Thesaurus / outshone
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Here and there were those that entered a shaft of pale-blue light that somehow outshone the sun.
Long before Mr. Gladstone had concluded, everyone admitted that the effect of Mr. Disraeli's speech had been outdone and outshone.
He looked from her to the other women and back again and was entirely convinced that she outshone them all as a sun a star.
THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
At its brightest it outshone Venus, and, though it gradually declined in splendour, it remained visible for some sixteen months.
THE ASTRONOMY OF THE BIBLEE. WALTER MAUNDER
Through want of it she had sung without being merry, possessed without enjoying, outshone without triumphing.
RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
Charlotte K—— had always outshone her in brains, in wit, in beauty.
THE LOCUSTS' YEARSMARY HELEN FEE
Powers asked her one night at a dinner where she had outshone all others.
TO WIN THE LOVE HE SOUGHTE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
William determined not to be outshone by this minute but dauntless stranger.
MORE WILLIAMRICHMAL CROMPTON
Since then, she seemed to have picked up the idea that a beautiful woman ought not to let herself be outshone by her own jewels.
A SOLDIER OF THE LEGIONC. N. WILLIAMSON
The dynasty of Abbad, emulous of the glories of Cordova, outshone all the other rulers of Spain in elegance and culture.
SOUTHERN SPAINA.F. CALVERT