Outlaugh meaning

To ridicule or laugh someone out of a purpose, principle, etc.; laugh down; discourage or put out of countenance by laughing.

His apprehensions of being outlaughed will force him to continue in a restless obscurity. - Franklin.

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To laugh louder than, surpass in laughing.
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Origin of outlaugh

  • From out- +‎ laugh. Compare Dutch uitlachen (“to ridicule”), German auslachen (“to laugh at”), Danish udle.
    From Wiktionary