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outsing Line breaks: out|sing
Pronunciation: /ˌaʊtˈsɪŋ/

Definition of outsing in English:

verb (past outsang; past participle outsung)

[with object]
Sing better or louder than (someone else): two school teams move across a large field toward each other, each trying to outsing the other
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  • In all honesty, they probably outsung their home support, and I hope to see five times as many people at home in the replay.
  • There's absolutely no chemistry between them, and each of them try to outsing the others when they get to do their solo parts.
  • Well, I have tried to outsing the song sparrow, but I always lose.

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