Last modified on 17 June 2013, at 00:11
out- + yell
outyell (third-person singular simple present outyells, present participle outyelling, simple past and past participle outyelled)
- (transitive) To yell more loudly than.
- 2008 March 21, George Vecsey, “U.S. Travel Plans: Heartland to China”, New York Times:
- The victory more or less justified the American strategy to find places where the men’s soccer teams will not feel like foreigners, outnumbered and outyelled by fanaticos from Latin America.