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Temporal ContestPlay
Use 'outlast' when focusing on the duration of someone or something's existence compared to another. SlideHis love for her outlasted the hardships they faced.
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Durability ContextPlay
'Outlast' often implies resilience or the ability to withstand wear, pressure, or damage. SlideThe indigenous materials used in the hut outlasted modern alternatives during the storm.
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Competition EdgePlay
It can suggest remaining active or popular longer than rivals in competitive situations. SlideHis small bookstore managed to outlast the rise of digital e-readers.