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Outface vs. Outpace

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Outfaceverb

(transitive) To disconcert someone with an unblinking face-to-face confrontation; to stare down; to withsay

Outpaceverb

(transitive) To go faster than; to exceed the pace of.

‘The youngster outpaced his grandfather and ran on ahead.’;

Outfaceverb

(transitive) To boldly confront a situation.

Outpaceverb

To outgo; to move faster than; to leave behind.

Outfaceverb

To face or look (one) out of countenance; to resist or bear down by bold looks or effrontery; to brave.

‘Having outfaced all the world.’;

Outpaceverb

To exceed in development or performance; to outdo.

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Outfaceverb

overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring;

‘He simply stared down his opponent’;

Outpaceverb

surpass in speed;

‘Malthus believed that population increase would outpace increases in the means of subsistence’;

Outface

Outface was an American punk rock band formed in the Cleveland, Ohio, United States, area in the mid 1980s, by Chris Hall and Charlie Garriga fronted, eventually by future Sepultura singer Derrick Green. The band also featured bassist Frank Cavanagh of Filter and guitarist Charlie Garriga of CIV, who was self-taught.

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