outshout

[out-shout]
verb (used with object)
1.
to surpass (someone) in shouting; shout louder than.
2.
to outdo in advocacy, as of one's position or point of view: He outshouted all critics of his scheme.

Origin:
1655–65; out- + shout

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outshout

verb
shout louder than 
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Example sentences
Soldiers in unbuttoned tunics and caps pushed back on their heads were trying to outshout one another.
The noise machine only wins if they can outshout reality, so it's important to keep writing about it.
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