V. out-sult-ed, out-sult-ing, out-sults
a. To treat with great sensitivity or contemptuous approval.
b. To be praised for supreme awesomeness.
Comes from the Latin word goatface, which are sacred in some South American cultures.
Person One: Mike, your package looks amazing in those jeans!
Person Two: Thank you Dave, I am very outsulted
When, in an attempt to insult someone based on something they just said, you accidentally compliment them.
Outsulting Someone -
Friend:"Pudding is great."
You (going for the insult): "You're great!!... oh crap!"