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Definition of "outbrave" [out•brave]

  • To surpass in bravery (verb)
  • To confront defiantly (verb)
  • To stand out bravely against; to face up to courageously. (verb)

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  • To surpass or outrival. (verb)
  • To be more brave than. (verb)

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Use "outbrave" in a sentence
  • "For some time she endeavoured to outbrave me; neither the fiddler nor she desisted; but at last she gave over, and the musician laid aside his instrument. . ."
  • "But Jed was bound to outbrave me, and I was equally bound to outbrave him."
  • "What a deal of money did Henry VIII. and Francis I. king of France, spend at that [1719] famous interview? and how many vain courtiers, seeking each to outbrave other, spent themselves, their livelihood and fortunes, and died beggars?"