outsing

Related to outsing: ousting, outshining

outsing

(ˌaʊtˈsɪŋ)
vb, -sings, -singing, -sang or -sung
to sing better than or louder thanto express through songto burst forth into song

outsing


Past participle: outsung
Gerund: outsinging

Imperative
outsing
outsing
Present
I outsing
you outsing
he/she/it outsings
we outsing
you outsing
they outsing
Preterite
I outsang
you outsang
he/she/it outsang
we outsang
you outsang
they outsang
Present Continuous
I am outsinging
you are outsinging
he/she/it is outsinging
we are outsinging
you are outsinging
they are outsinging
Present Perfect
I have outsung
you have outsung
he/she/it has outsung
we have outsung
you have outsung
they have outsung
Past Continuous
I was outsinging
you were outsinging
he/she/it was outsinging
we were outsinging
you were outsinging
they were outsinging
Past Perfect
I had outsung
you had outsung
he/she/it had outsung
we had outsung
you had outsung
they had outsung
Future
I will outsing
you will outsing
he/she/it will outsing
we will outsing
you will outsing
they will outsing
Future Perfect
I will have outsung
you will have outsung
he/she/it will have outsung
we will have outsung
you will have outsung
they will have outsung
Future Continuous
I will be outsinging
you will be outsinging
he/she/it will be outsinging
we will be outsinging
you will be outsinging
they will be outsinging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outsinging
you have been outsinging
he/she/it has been outsinging
we have been outsinging
you have been outsinging
they have been outsinging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outsinging
you will have been outsinging
he/she/it will have been outsinging
we will have been outsinging
you will have been outsinging
they will have been outsinging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outsinging
you had been outsinging
he/she/it had been outsinging
we had been outsinging
you had been outsinging
they had been outsinging
Conditional
I would outsing
you would outsing
he/she/it would outsing
we would outsing
you would outsing
they would outsing
Past Conditional
I would have outsung
you would have outsung
he/she/it would have outsung
we would have outsung
you would have outsung
they would have outsung
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They might outsing him but it would take more to be more popular than him.
Newcastle always receive fantastic backing at Old Trafford and usually outsing the home fans at the so called Theatre of Dreams.
Danny Robertson, 65, from Tilbury, Essex: "That was just unbelievable - we were completely outnumbered but managed to outsing the Colombian support."
They outsing much of the dawn chorus and tend to be quick off the mark when the sun rises.
Maybe it was God's way of teaching her a lesson, Regine surmised, and of reminding her that she had already proven a lot and need not outsing herself anymore.
In the stands, there is little doubt the Irish fans, who are enjoying growing popularity in France thanks to their good-natured presence in the streets across the country, will outsing the local supporters.
And it was clear from the start they were going to outsing their Irish counterparts - even if they had the wind taken out of their sails when the Republic's version of Ally's Tartan Army belted out over the tannoy!
Jeff Probst will not be presiding over this round of "Survivor,'' where the task at hand is to "outsing, outperform and outshine,'' but the show will delight the audience all the same.
This is the primary reason why females often outsing males on the opera stage if they sing an octave higher.
Other users noted that Rimes appeared "unstable" and "tried to outsing" the 13-year-old Carly Rose.