- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outclass.
- adj. decisively surpassed by something else so as to appear to be of a lower class
“Wisconsin outclassed Central Florida, 34-6, in the season opener for both schools.”
“Matthew, Obama is in no way "outclassed" by Hillary and Bill, they are slime and they don't have an ounce of the integrity or presence that he has.”
“Oh, well," says I, "you see I ain't -- well, I'm kind of outclassed here, and I didn't know but some of the other girls might ----”
“But at least the Cod's description of the condiment's having been approved after sampling on a "unicorn antler tasting spoon from a secret underground lair" outclassed "asparagus pee and runny stools.”
“England captain Paul Collingwood admitted the ICC World Twenty20 hosts were simply "outclassed" by favourites South”
“Captain Paul Collingwood conceded England were "outclassed" during their opening Super Eights match at Trent Bridge, when South Africa were dominant with bat, ball and particularly in the field where they produced the stand-out fielding display of the tournament.”
“The commission also pointed out that the regulatory agencies charged with oversight were outclassed by the industry and failed to keep up with rapidly developing technologies of deepwater exploration.”
“Her team was outclassed by a French side that played the way she'd like her players to play, holding the ball for 55% of the game and creating scoring chances from every direction.”
“Jackiewicz had never previously failed to hear the final bell in his 48-fight career, but was outclassed from the off.”
“Safina won only 20 points and was completely outclassed by the third-seeded Venus, who has been playing some of the best grass-court tennis of her career this tournament.”
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