outvie[ vahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF outvie
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTVIE
Her main endeavor in this is to outvie her neighbors in the extravagance of fashion.
The average wool-sorter will outvie an artist in his perception of colour shades.
What other thing could Crumpy do than attempt to outvie his activity?
No product of the present can outvie the charms of such old silver.
Having once consented to swindle, he had to outvie every lie by a new and bigger one.
The emperor and the queen strove to outvie each other in the richness and elegance of their gifts.
The glittering throng at Almacks cannot outvie in dress with the glittering throng at an Antiguan negro ball.
Not only did he love his work with all the passion of a creator, he was also concerned to outvie his professional rivals.
The hostess should not seek to outvie her guests in the costliness of her toilet.
Let zeal, let love for our lost one spur each to outvie the efforts of another.