- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outgeneral.
“He had outgeneralled him, outfought him, outpointed him.”
“These famous officers could be outgeneralled by doctors, lawyers, and civilians!”
“That which of all things he most dreaded was that he should be outgeneralled by”
“It was said openly in the city that "Stuart's headquarters had been fired into before the enemy's presence was known," and that Stuart had been outgeneralled.”
“They were outnumbered, outgunned and outgeneralled.”
“The name of the sheriff that he outgeneralled was Walter Cox.”
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“Outnumbered, but not outgeneralled, the government forces fought valiantly.”
“The Hotchkiss case was a foregone victory for him, and his own desires chimed with Joseph's arguments, even while he felt himself outgeneralled.”
“Doria, in spite of all his efforts, was on this day both outgeneralled and outfought: the”
“Sea-wolves; he outgeneralled and had all but defeated John Andrea Doria, when the end came and he was obliged to retreat.”
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