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Outgo, to go beyond, to leave behind: “so thou, thyself --ing in thy noon,” Sonn. 7, 13 (passing beyond thy highest pitch). “he would o. his father,” H8 I, 2, 207 (surpass). “he --es the very heart of kindness,” Tim. I, 1, 285. “the time shall not o. my thinking on you,” Ant. III, 2, 61 (life shall not last longer than my thinking of you). the cutter outwent her (nature) Cymb. II, 4, 84.
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