- v. transitive To outperform on a quantitative measurement.
- out- + gain (Wiktionary)
“The Ravens, merely average offensively this season, managed to outgain the high-powered Patriots' attack during the back-and-forth game.”
“Their most basic beliefs about stocks have been shaken, notably the idea that buying and holding is smart and that stocks will outgain other assets over time.”
“Rice carried 39 times for 225 yards to nearly outgain Pittsburgh by himself and put Rutgers in position to make a major move up the AP poll if it can beat No. 6 Louisville at home on Nov. 9 - as long as it beats Connecticut on Oct. 29.”
“They went on to outscore the Rams 24-3 and outgain them 281-46 from that fake until deep into the third quarter.”
“In a robust rally, he said, small stocks outgain large ones, but they have been trailing lately.”
“He was sacked three times and threw three interceptions but nevertheless helped the Cardinal outgain the”
“He carried 18 times for 92 yards to outgain his far more heralded counterpart on the ground.”
“With the late rally, North Carolina managed to outgain the”
“The normally potent Nebraska ground attack managed just 159 yards with an inexperienced line to barely outgain its passing total of 151.”
“Hicks helped Middle Tennessee outgain the Bulldogs, 536-344.”
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