outswear

outswear

(ˌaʊtˈswɛə)
vb (tr) , -swears, -swearing, -swore or -sworn
to swear more than or more strongly than
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There are guys here who stand five foot six, weigh 140 pounds, and can outwork, outdrink, outswear, and outfight me and 10 guys like me any day of the week.
We shall have old swearing / That they did give the rings away to men; / But we'll outface them, and outswear them too" (4.
The example of so-called celebrity "ladettes" - whose major claim to fame seems to lie in their ability to outdrink and outswear men - has produced a generation of female delinquents.