outjest

outjest

(ˌaʊtˈdʒɛst)
vb (tr)
to exceed in jestingto drive away by jesting
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In their discussions of this play, George acknowledges that he "identifies" with Lear and quotes one line--" |None but the fool who labors to outjest his heart-struck injuries'" (1O6)--in pa As Ward and Homans have pointed out Naylor also shows in Linden Hills how cultural whiteness dooms black people to other white literary norms, Dantesque and other traditional, hellish underworl (5.