(third-person singular simple present outshows, present participle outshowing, simple past outshowed, past participle outshown)
- (archaic) To show or present publicly; exhibit openly.
- And yet the king did all their lookes outshow. ― Shakespeare.
- He blushed to see another Sun below, Ne durst again his fiery face outshow. ― Milton.
- To surpass or exceed in showing; exceed in being shown, especially in contest, competition, or rivalry.
- That which is shown openly, evinced, or revealed.
From out- + show.