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

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Examples

  • Michael rose to the top, he outsang his cynics, he outdanced his doubters, he outperformed the pessimists.

    CNN Transcript Jul 7, 2009

  • Despite his new duds, Mr. Piraux was outdanced by a U.S. competitor at a recent competition in Belgium.

    A Knight's Tale:

  • I don't think she outdanced the competition in the last three weeks, but I think she grabbed our hearts and that got her through to the finale.

    MY FAVE WINS THE DANCING CROWN ON "SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE"!

  • Stile realized with misgiving that Red had outdanced him.

    Blue Adept

  • Mae took to the poetry of motion as ducks take to water, and outdanced the singers.

    Mae Madden

  • Madame knew what tears he had shed, what serenades he had played on his fiddle under 'Tite's window, and how he had outdanced her other partners.

    The Black Feather From "Mackinac And Lake Stories", 1899

  • Steven McRae debuted in the ballet and outdanced both Lamb and Yanowsky, a considerable achievement considering their experience, skill and charisma.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Vanessa Zahorian outdanced anything your reviewer has ever seen from her, and her partner Pascal Molat ran away with the whole evening, delivering a performance of such wit, energy, intelligence, I'd have to compare him to Louis Armstrong.

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  • Pat and Pam, two very tiny, very energetic, very white-haired British ladies who were rumored to be pushing 90, were on their sixth Royal Clipper cruise together and outdanced the other passengers nearly every night.

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  • The Rev. Al Sharpton got the crowd cheering with his litany: "He outsang his cynics, he outdanced his doubters, he outperformed the pessimists.

    The Tragedy of Michael Jackson

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