to outdo in staring; stare down; outface
transitive verbout·stared, out·star·ing, out·stares
- To stare at (someone or an animal) until the person or animal blinks or turns away.
- To defy or confront boldly: outstared the authorities.
(third-person singular simple present outstares, present participle outstaring, simple past and past participle outstared)
- to stare at someone so hard that they look away