- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outdo.
“Hope the GOP outdoes itself by choosing Failin Palin as its Prez candidate in 2012”
“Portal 2 Spectacular, with ground-breaking effects, the storytelling developed by Valve outdoes Hollywood.”
“In this case, the real dog playing Odie easily outdoes them both, though this his hardly surprising.”
“Washington Post music critic Paul Hume wrote in 1974 that Mr. Fodor performed with "immense pizazz, and many phrases are finished with a sweep of the bow that outdoes most of Fodor's forerunners.”
“From its humble beginnings as a coconut plantation to a popular playground for the rich in the 1920s to a Mecca for the elderly in the '80s, the "Sun and Fun Capital" outdoes even the queen of reinvention herself, Madonna.”
“Paranormal Activity 2" frightens the "Jackass 3-D" pranksters out of the top spot at the box office and outdoes its predecessor in terms of opening revenue.”
“It's all part of the Pacquiao phenomenon, which outdoes Hollywood in the way his story moves from poverty in the Philippines – which he left at 14 to start boxing in the hope he might earn enough money to help his mother and five siblings – to global fame.”
“The buzz of cicadas outdoes the voices of subdued vendors on a hot August day at Sensoji Temple, one of Tokyo's top tourist attractions.”
“Creators | Warren Ellis 'debut column for Wired UK is online: This is the problem with writing fiction in the early 21st century: the real world outdoes you for madness every day.”
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