outsparkle

outsparkle

(ˌaʊtˈspɑːkəl)
vb (tr)
to sparkle more brilliantly than
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After 37 years of neglect and decay, the Fox is throwing open its newly buffed doors with a splashy gala February 5, when lucky ticket holders will sashay around a space that's said to outsparkle even the Paramount Theatre, the gold-leafed art deco confection around the corner.
A bad error at the second-last could have caused Mrs Kerman's son to take her advice a little too literally, but the Christmas Hurdle winner survived, just about, to outsparkle a star-studded field.
With the exception, as always, of Andy Warhol's work, the star power of the popular pix seriously outsparkles the art that proposes to critique it.