Definition of outlast in English:

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Pronunciation: /aʊtˈlɑːst/


[with object]
Live or last longer than: the kind of beauty that will outlast youth
More example sentences
  • He may have died young, but his achievements will outlast many who lived longer.
  • One of the team expresses his understanding that after 20 or 30 years some of these buildings have outlasted their usefulness and need to be flattened.
  • A legacy is something which we deposit into this life that will outlast us for generations to come.
outlive, survive, live after, remain alive after, live/last longer than, outwear;

Words that rhyme with outlast

aghast, avast, Belfast, blast, cast, caste, contrast, fast, last, mast, miscast, past, unsurpassed, vast

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