Definition of outstare in English:

outstare

Syllabification: out·stare
Pronunciation: /outˈster
 
/

verb

[with object]
Stare at (someone) for longer than they can stare back, typically in order to intimidate or disconcert them.
More example sentences
  • You look that big boy right in the eye, and you outstare him.
  • She held its eyes level with hers, determined to outstare it before realizing how crazy she was acting.

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