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It welcomed the hungry Oriental for so long as he was useful, and when he outstayed his welcome, incontinently kicked him out.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
My visitors never outstayed their welcome, and I always managed to have an abundance of food for them.
"And I have outstayed all your guests," said De Vaudemont, glancing round the emptied room.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
There had been a succession of auxiliary servants who had never in any instance outstayed their month.
WITCHING HILLE. W. HORNUNG
In Paris various points were lost to democracy because the supporters of the right were outstayed by the champions of evil.
PIECES OF HATEHEYWOOD BROUN
The cold, wet meadow, the thick mask of woods, and the oncoming dusk had stayed the chase—and the fox had outstayed it.
They were taking their leave as they came down, hurriedly, like persons conscious of having outstayed their welcome.
BARLASCH OF THE GUARDH. S. MERRIMAN
And yet there seemed to be one of them whose memory had outstayed the rest, for she had said, "You know, my man's out there."
Wetmore went away, but Beaton remained, and he outstayed several other people who came up to speak to Miss Vance.
On the present occasion Tim Flaherty had outstayed his usual time, and was still in the kitchen when Ben reached home.

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