from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • v. Past tense of outdo.

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  • v. Simple past of outdo.


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  • KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (Ticker) -- Erik Ainge again outdid Brent

  • Roine and the boys here "outdid" themselves blending some of the most powerful progressive rock ever compiled.


  • Upon what basis can it be said that 28 Weeks Later was superior to or "outdid" 28 Days Later?


  • Wordsworth, to whom Scott forwarded the _Champion_ of April 14, "outdid" the journalist in virtuous fury: "Let me say only one word of Lord B.

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  • Scummit really outdid themselves in the “pissing off customers” department.

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  • The Danone SA-owned brand outdid other big-game ad rookies such as Century 21 Real Estate, which aired a spot featuring celebrities including Donald Trump.

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  • A consumer-generated commercial for PepsiCo's Doritos, which showed a cat-murdering dog blackmailing its owner, outdid many of the spots devised by Madison Avenue professionals.

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  • Ms. Badger paused multiple times to collect herself and wipe away tears as she spoke about her girls, including eldest daughter Lily's love of dancing "with moves that far outdid Michael Jackson."

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  • Reporters outdid themselves trying to lyrically describe the wagon.

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  • Johan really outdid himself again (he never fails to surprise) and took some amazing pictures of our completed transformation.

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