- v. transitive To eat more than.
“The second thing I discovered about Kailamai is that she could outeat me.”
“Nicholas tends to be a little picky about meat ... some days he can outeat me when The Husband makes steak.”
“Her ability to outeat larger, male competitors has earned her the nickname "The Black Widow.”
“Some days, he'll outeat me in terms of steak; other times he can't even feign interest.”
“Jake had a reputation for being able to outeat everybody in terms of quantity and in the amount of time spent eating.”
“Nick can love something one day, and outeat any adult, and then the next day swear that it's never passed his lips.”
“I tell ye, Jawn, that a wild Irishman, frish from the bogs and the hills, can outwork, outfight, and outeat any man alive. ”
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