American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Nautical To sail closer to the wind than (another vessel).
- v. Sports To surpass (an opponent, especially a boxer) in the number of points won.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To sail closer to the wind than (another vessel).
- To excel in number of points, as a horse or a dog in a prize exhibition.
- v. sports To score more points than (especially, in boxing, to achieve victory by scoring more points that one's opponent).
- v. nautical To sail closer to the wind than (another ship).
- v. sail closer to the wind than
- v. score more points than one's opponents
- From out- + point. (Wiktionary)
“The proceeds outpoint those posted by the food, communications, auto, and entertainment industries.”
“Overall, the MDX does many things very well and manages to outpoint other luxury SUVs costing much more.”
“Abandoned to the care of cold and neurotic aunts in England while his father performed colonial duties in India, he and his siblings had to learn how to do without affection, and how to resist and outpoint adult callousness and stupidity.”
“As you can see from the video, he kept moving in to try to grab a leg, but the belimbed opponent kept away and threw an occasional jab to slowly outpoint Maynard on the judges' cards.”
“Who would have thought that a tap-dancing penguin would outpoint James Bond at the box office?”
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“ZAHN: There is also an argument there are not enough inspectors there, and if that is the case then, what do you think is a legitimate outpoint for these inspections to go on?”
“Wherefore, he fenced, verbally, calmly confident he could outpoint his clumsier antagonist.”
“The decision in the contest would of course be on points and he knew that he could outpoint without much difficulty his antagonist who was clumsy and slow.”
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