verb: To remain sitting, or in session, longer than, or beyond the time of; to outstay.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Well, at least he did not outlive his “nemesis”, whom he had managed outsit in the House, Margaret Thatcher.
In the past, his most usual strategy had been to outsit the enemy.
Or, perhaps that gentleman was only a pretext, and the young man's experienced eye had read that any attempt to outsit the learned assistant editor was foredoomed to failure.
Did he outsit the maids and men around his hearth and watch the dying fire with no other companions than his sleeping dogs, fancy placed a scar-let-cloaked figure on the cushion at his feet and raised at his knee a face of sweetest friendliness, whose flower-blue eyes brightened or gloomed in response to his lightest mood ...
Yet there are tourists who cannot outsit one performance, and have no desire to attend a second.