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Synonyms for outface

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

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Let not the world see fear and sad distrust Govern the motion of a kingly eye: Be stirring as the time, be fire with fire, Threaten the threatner and outface the brow Of bragging horror: so shall inferior eyes That borrow their behaviors from the great, Grow great by your example, and put on The dauntless spirit of resolution.
In it, dressed identically in sneakers, white shorts, and short-sleeved white shirts, Peter Martins of the New York City Ballet and Lynn Swann of the Pittsburgh Steelers dodged, lunged, ran, and attempted to outface each other on a stylized court of white lines on a black background to jaunty hornpipes played on piano.
We shall have old swearing / That they did give the rings away to men; / But we'll outface them, and outswear them too" (4.2.17-19).
Enter OuTface, a not-for-profit corporation formed in response to recommendations from the Ontario On-Farm Safety Strategy, a collaboration of Ontario industry and government representatives.
I hear an echo of Hamlet's directions to the players and his rejoinder to Laertes, whose actions purport that his grief over Ophelia's death is greater than Hamlet's: "to outface me with leaping in this grave." Then briefly as to yourselves: Walk behind--as they do in France, seventh class, or if you ride Hell take curtains!
Women require full opportunities for individual development to enable them to face (or even better to outface) the horrors of existence.
Be stirring as the time; be tire with tire; Threaten the threat'ner, and outface the brow Of bragging horror.
461 (1985) (stating that in race in which incumbent firm would affirmatively lose something if challenger won, challenger may anticipate that incumbent will outface challenger, in which case challenger will not bother to enter race); Mark R.
Manufacturer of RF-exited [CO.sub.2] lasers and solid-state industrial lasers used in processing sheet metal parts and for welding, cladding and outface treatment of various materials.
The rest of the novel takes the reader paddling down the Yukon with Jason and Jamie as they try to outwit and outface Donner and hundreds of others to the finish line in Nome.
In such an atmosphere of intimacy and common culture, bombast, vanity, sophistry, hypocrisy, and falsehood were no less active than usual, but perhaps it was harder to outface scrutiny.
her face, like the face of some Greek statue, showed little thought, her whole body seemed a master-work of long labouring thought, as though a Scopas had measured and calculated, consorted with Egyptian sages, and mathematicians out of Babylon, that he might outface even Artemisia's sepulchral image with a living norm.