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


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  • We could not outrun them, but outclimbed them easily.

    Shadows Linger

  • Singer Building by ninety feet and being outclimbed only by the

    Fifth Avenue

  • Thus it came about that a tall French knight who had set his eyes on her, outclimbed his fellows upon the slope of the hill, for they were weary and gathering to re-form, and catching her round the middle, strove to drag her away.

    The Virgin of the Sun

  • Toledo soared by more than a third last year and outclimbed the average across - Business News

  • The Spitfire narrowly outclimbed the Messerschmitt and it seems that the controls were lighter and the cockpit more comfortable. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Despite being in their 60's, they outhiked and outclimbed me both to the top and back to the bottom, scrambling up and down over the rocks like mountain goats. News


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