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To outvie one another in celebrations of births, weddings, deaths and coronations they beggar themselves.
Her main endeavour is to outvie her neighbours in the extravagance of fashion.
It was a day of tower building in France, and Beauvais, ever hopeful beyond its resources, thought to outvie all others.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
They were both numbered amongst her correspondents, and she promised to outvie them in originality and fertility of resource.
Often he remembered it in later life; it held a place and commanded a mood which no hour of his wildest possession could outvie.
Mrs. Terry Magra possessed a somewhat ambitious desire to outvie her neighbors.
THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
It is so prodigious in its alterations that it seems to outvie even Proteus himself.
This was to be the proof of his being a God, that he could outvie the servants of God in every miraculous thing ascribed to them.
But when one is given it seems to be the generals purpose to outvie all that rumor hath spoken of the Mischianza.
PEGGY OWEN PATRIOTLUCY FOSTER MADISON
Without waiting for a request, they were apparently striving to outvie each other in performing little services for the old man.
THE HOME IN THE VALLEYEMILIE F. CARLN

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