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  • v  stay too long
    overstay or outstay one's welcome
  • v  surpass in staying power
    They outstayed their competitors

  • To all such acrimony, TV Critic Jack O'Brian, 50, responds with the unruffled self-assurance of a man who has managed to outstay most of his manifold detractors.
  • The generosity of Armenian Kurds makes it all too easy to outstay a welcome.

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