Outspeak meaning

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To speak better or more forcefully than.
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To say boldly or candidly.
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To speak out boldly or candidly.
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To surpass in speaking; say or express more than; signify or claim superiority to; be superior to in meaning or significance; speak louder than.
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(intransitive, rare, dialectal) To speak out or aloud.
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(rare, dialectal) To declare; utter; express; vocalise.
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Origin of outspeak

From out- +"Ž speak. Cognate with Scots outspeak (“to declare, utter, speak out"), Dutch uitspreken (“to pronounce, outspeak"), German aussprechen (“to express, pronounce").