Outswear, 1) to exceed in swearing: “we'll outface them and o. them too,” Merch. IV, 2, 17. 2) to conquer by swearing: “I think scorn to sigh: methinks I should o. Cupid,” LLL I, 2, 67 (Armado's speech).
Shakespeare Lexicon. Alexander Schmidt. Berlin. Georg Reimer. 1902.
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