(third-person singular simple present outherods, present participle outheroding, simple past and past participle outheroded)
- 1837, Thomas Carlyle, The French Revolution:
- always with some touch of Leonidas-eloquence, often with a fire of daring that threatens to outherod Herod,—the Galleries, ‘especially the Ladies, never done with applauding’.
- 1841, Charles Henry Knox, Hardness:
- of being asked [...] in the Traveller's, why he did not establish a yacht in the Levant and outherod Lamartine [...].
(third-person singular simple present out-Herods, present participle out-Heroding, simple past and past participle out-Heroded)
From out- +"Ž Herod.