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  • v. Past participle of outdrive


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  • BLITZER: New numbers on the state of the housing market are outdriven by first-timers taking advantage of government incentives.

    CNN Transcript Oct 23, 2009

  • What had happened to the tribe outdriven from these ruins; whereto had they taken the tragic lives of which they made such cheerful comedy?

    Swan Song

  • Woods, at 26, has outdriven the expectations of elite athletes everywhere. - Athletes the world over in awe of Woods

  • After you've outdriven an opponent on a day marred by swirling winds, take a club you have no intention of hitting on your approach shot and make a few practice swings. - U.S. vows to mind manners this time

  • Barbara had outdriven her opponent but she topped her second.


  • 'Thou art in safety; turn away thy steps hence and presently we will meet thy Highness in health and weal; otherwise [FN#258] thy daughter shall be lost and thine army shall be destroyed, and thou, O Commander of the Faithful, wilt depart and return as one outdriven.

    Arabian nights. English

  • It positions us well to compete in a very highly competitive printer pricing environment, which is not outdriven by low industry growth.

  • He's been outdriven by his younger and less celebrated team mate


  • Fred Couples, on the Champions Tour despite being consistently outdriven by 50 yards.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • Goydos, who was outdriven by Johnson all day, took the lead at the 13th, where he was 44 yards behind Johnson in the fairway.

    NYT > Home Page


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