Etymology
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outface (v.)

1520s, "to confront boldly, stare down and shame;" 1570s, "confront fearlessly," from out- + face (v.). Related: Outfaced; outfacing.

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Definitions of outface

outface (v.)
overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring;
Synonyms: stare down / outstare
From wordnet.princeton.edu