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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of outdrink.

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Examples

  • She should think about waiting with us, walk into her old job with her head high, and REMEMBER that she outlasted, outdid and outdrank the bunch that ran with her, splendidly.

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  • Our first year in the league, we not only outdrank every other team, we failed to lose a single match.

    Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons

  • He won both the prizes himself; he outdrank every man living, and for his excellency that way was called Bacchus.

    Essays and Miscellanies

  • He won both the prizes himself; he outdrank every man living, and for his excellency that way was called Bacchus.

    Symposiacs

  • He left England with a bruise, by his coach overturning, that made him spit blood, and was so ill, we expected every post to hear of his death; but he outrode it or outdrank it, or something, and is come home lustier than ever.

    The Journal to Stella

  • He left England with a bruise, by his coach overturning, that made him spit blood, and was so ill, we expected every post to hear of his death; but he outrode it or outdrank it, or something, and is come home lustier than ever.

    The Journal to Stella

  • In every other country in the study men outdrank women - in some cases by a ratio of nine to one.

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  • In every other country in the study men outdrank women - in some cases by a ratio of nine to one.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • He left England with a bruise, by his coach overturning, that made him spit blood, and was so ill, we expected every post to hear of his death; but he outrode it or outdrank it, or something, and is come home lustier than ever.

    The Journal to Stella

  • He was very funny and easily outdrank both of them.

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