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Outdare, 1) to exceed in daring bravery: “who sensibly --s his senseless sword,” Cor. I, 4, 53.
2) to brave, to defy: “or with pale beggar-fear impeach my height before this --d dastard?” R2 I, 1, 190. “and boldly did o. the dangers of the time,” H4A V, 1, 40.
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