outscream

outscream

(ˌaʊtˈskriːm)
vb (tr)
to scream louder than
References in classic literature ?
One of those wild and appalling shrieks that are heard at times passing mysteriously overhead in the steady roar of a hurricane, swooped, as if borne on wings, upon the ship, and Jukes tried to outscream it.
They crack each other up, challenge each other with dance moves and try to outscream each other -- a scene that is replayed in millions of American homes each day after school.
There is no point trying to outscream her - she has more practice.
AMELIE MAURESMO battled back from another mental meltdown to outscream, then outplay Maria Sharapova in a stunning semi-final yesterday.