Outrer – to outrage, (literary) to exaggerate

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
j’outreoutraisoutreraioutreraisoutreoutrasse
tuoutresoutraisoutrerasoutreraisoutresoutrasses
iloutreoutraitoutreraoutreraitoutreoutrât
nousoutronsoutrionsoutreronsoutrerionsoutrionsoutrassions
vousoutrezoutriezoutrerezoutreriezoutriez outrassiez
ilsoutrentoutraientoutrerontoutreraientoutrentoutrassent
       
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai outréavais outréaurai outréaurais outréaie outréeusse outré
tuas outréavais outréauras outréaurais outréaies outréeusses outré
ila outréavait outréaura outréaurait outréait outréeût outré
nousavons outréavions outréaurons outréaurions outréayons outréeussions outré
vousavez outréaviez outréaurez outréauriez outréayez outréeussiez outré
ilsont outréavaient outréauront outréauraient outréaient outréeussent outré
       
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
j’outraieus outré (tu)outre Presentoutrant
tuoutraseus outré (nous)outrons Pastoutré
iloutraeut outré (vous)outrez Perfectayant outré
nousoutrâmeseûmes outré Past imperative  
vousoutrâteseûtes outré (tu)aie outréPast infinitive
ilsoutrèrenteurent outré (nous)ayons outré avoir outré
    (vous)ayez outré  

  Outrer is a regular -er verb.

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