- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outstrip.
“And the need to go back and to revisit the crime kind of outstrips the judgment in this case of, you know, what is he thinking, you know?”
“Retail sales frenzy outstrips Christmas shopping rush”
“Dee, Cecil, Walsingham … they are my chorus urging me on yet at the same time warning of disaster when pride outstrips reason.”
“The demand for therapy and care far outstrips supply.”
“Elderly people have been given priority for spots, but demand far outstrips supply.”
“It works on the same principle as kidnapping – that people's concern for their family usually outstrips their aversion to being ripped off – but doesn't have the attendant legal problems.”
“Brokers say they've seen an uptick in businesses checking out retail spaces, but demand now well outstrips the appealing supply.”
“Mitt Romney said they have raised between $25 million and $35 million in support of his presidential ambitions, a total that far outstrips his rivals and could further establish Mr. Romney as the Republican Party's front-runner.”
“Romney backers said they have raised between $25 million and $35 million for his campaign, a total that far outstrips GOP rivals .”
“See, the problem with previous definitions of torture is that the imagination of evil men always outstrips any definition you can create.”
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