- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outmatch.
“East Carolina (19-14) was outmatched from the start, and the game was essentially over when Rutgers went on a 13-0 run to lead 31-12 with 7: 24 left in the first half.”
“There was no lack of offense against a Youngstown State team that was outmatched from the start.”
“However, she's a patron of the hunt and, insomuch as she fills that roll, she's kind of outmatched by an existing goddess.”
“The Summit High girls 'soccer team was simply "outmatched," Thursday in its match at conference-rival D'Evelyn, SHS head coach Tommy Gogolen said.”
“If the government feels outmatched, it could hire an outside counsel in the same way it brought in David Boies to handle its antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. The move could be perceived as a slight to its in-house prosecutors, however, so it would likely do so only reluctantly.”
“But his brand of nuanced, over-intellectualized witty replies to Republican street bashing makes him look wimpy, weak and outmatched.”
“Despite the fact that the negotiating team partly led by Derek Fisher was outmatched, they did not crumble.”
“The military stood outmatched despite the damage they inflicted and the priestesses now understood why.”
“Your knowledge of scientific biological transmogrification is only outmatched by your zest for kung-fu treachery!”
“A severely outmatched Catholic scout, a girl of about twenty in a crisp red shirt, pleads helplessly to the crowd pushing to get inside, “Please no pushing, no running!””
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