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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outdance.


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  • They do them, and they do them well, but he outdances them all.

    Hermene Hartman: This Is It

  • JACK, of course, outdances all of them, ending up down on one-knee in front of PUCK, arms out in "ta-da" pose.

    A Musical Interlude

  • After Ms. Gaga sees this gem, she may want to hire "on the video, Gramps not only hits the dance floor for the entire song, but he also outdances guys half his age who try - and fail - to keep up.

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