Definition of 'outshone'
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Small in stature, shy, her dark hair cut to a shoulder-length bob, she had years ago resigned herself to being outshone by her friend.SANDS OF TIME (2003)
It was then I realised that Aysgarth's principal talent, the one which outshone all the others, was for survival.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2003)
Rather their concealing darkness become a revelatory light, which blazed so brightly it outshone the sky.GALILEE (2003)
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