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  • v  overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring

  • He was a hero because he seemed to outstare history, reversing trends and forces that had seemed irrevocable.
  • Portraits of his ecclesiastical ancestors outstare each other from the high walls, and in winter a fire crackles on a Tudor hearth.
  • A voice on the DVD asks questions and issues physical challenges (impersonate Elvis, outstare an onscreen character).

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