verb: To swear (use vulgar or profane language) more frequently or powerfully than.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Unlike some successful female comedians, such as Sarah Silverman, Fey has not had to outswear and outoffend her male rivals to do well.
He could outswear the Sergeants, outmarch the Rifles and outfight any man in green or scarlet.
I think scorn to sigh: methinks I should outswear Cupid.
Xaviers could fit himself to the dignity and formal habiliments of state; Yet in the fringed deerskin of frontier garb, he was fleeter on the warpath than the Indians who fled before him; and he could outride and outshoot -- and, it is said, outswear -- the best and the worst of the men who followed him.
And we'll back a teamster's offspring to outswear a city brat.