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|Crossword Clue Explanation||OUTSHONE means to surpass or outperform someone or something. In this context, it refers to being upstaged or overshadowed by someone else’s performance or achievement. For example, in a theater production, if one actor’s performance is so outstanding that it draws all the attention away from the other actors, they can be said to have been outshone.|
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