Learn how to say Outlast correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word outlast:
(transitive) to last longer than
Example Sentences Including ‘outlast’
Bellamy, however, has hinted that he may stay at Newcastle and try to outlast the manager, Graeme Souness.
BELFAST TELEGRAPH (2005)
Could her army establish some line of supply with a territory far away, thus allowing them to outlast the town’s provisions?
Kerr, Katharine A TIME OF WAR
It will take a Long John Silver to outlast 39 days without the usual backpack full of provisions.
TORONTO SUN (2003)
She hopes that Martha and Fred will not outlast their money.
Sara MacDonald SEA MUSIC (2003)
Sweetheart, our love is true, but can’t outlast Our ruined, raddled flesh.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
The making of the car What will outlast the potholes, beat the climatic quirks, ease driving stress, and fit most pockets?
BUSINESS TODAY (2000)
The old stories do not survive their teller; the woman’s words like her clothes do not outlast her living, breathing body.
Montefiore, Jan FEMINISM AND POETRY
These interpretive and intrusive wurleys will outlast us all – especially homeless Aborigines.
THE ADVERTISER, SUNDAY MAIL (2004)
`I’m going to outlast you, honey,” he said sadly; and the third time she took it.
McCorquodale, Robin DANSVILLE