v. t.1.To exceed in suffering.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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When testimony became victim talk, it quickly spiraled into blame game cycles in which everyone seeks to outsuffer competing claims in order to assert their own preeminent position in what Peter Novick described as the "Victimization Olympics" as even "the most banal causes adopt, exploit, and thus cheapen the moral rhetoric of suffering owed" (Amato, Victims and Values xxiii).
Yet this lethal affirmativeness finds itself not rejected or defeated, let alone repaid in kind, but quenched and absorbed and outsuffered in Jesus' unconditional receptiveness,(29) which he patiently exercises on behalf of all others, trusting and glorifying God alone.