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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outbowl.


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  • Panesar outbowled Swann in Abu Dhabi, where he demonstrated beyond doubt that he is ahead of any potential rivals, like the young Danny Briggs or the ancient Gary Keedy.

    Monty Panesar puts good spin on potential of partnering Graeme Swann

  • Let me explain: last night, I was outbowled not only by a five year old kid, but also by a three year old who tripped over her bowling ball, a woman from Madasgascar who claimed that she had never bowled in her life, and -- the kicker -- somebody who left after the third frame of the game.


  • We went bowling on Saturday night and it's plain to see I still suck ass at bowling. lol, I bowled like a 77 and my 5 yr old nephew outbowled me on Sunday.

    terrarose Diary Entry

  • Never mind, my gown was long, I would curl up my toes, but return to the dressing-room in full sight of that man, I whose forbears had outbowled Peter Stuyvesant, and,

    People of the Whirlpool

  • Did he feel any sympathy for the Australians, whose captain, Ricky Ponting, had acknowledged that his team had been "outbowled, outbatted and outfielded," the man from the BBC asked.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Broad isn't quite on song today, he's even probably been outbowled by debutant Finn, while Mark Butcher on TMS wonders if he should be saved for the new ball, which is available after

    BBC - Ouch

  • Harbhajan Singh, India's leading spinner, has come in for criticism after a lacklustre showing during the defeat in Nagpur, but he defended his performance in a Test where he was outbowled by South African left-arm spinner Paul Harris.

    Cricinfo news from Cricinfo

  • Yang outbowled Manny Tagle of Guam, who led all bowlers over the six-game preliminaries with a - Local News

  • England bowled beautifully, with energy, none more so than Graeme Swann, 3 for 13 from 21 overs, outbowled by Monty Panesar earlier in the match but coming into his own now, and James Anderson who finally began to see the returns from many unrewarded overs this past month or so.

    The Guardian World News

  • They certainly outbowled the Englishman currently being mentioned the most in dispatches: Saj Mahmood, whose radar was awry on the first day.



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