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  • v. Present participle of outdrive.


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  • Woods, who has been outdriving his playing partners, added accuracy to his blistering drives and approach shots.

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  • The other Democrat, Michael Copps, said that the FCC was "outdriving the headlights," making dramatic changes whose consequences it could not foresee.

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  • Watson played with Els. Ernie was outdriving me by about 60 yards with that (Titleist) - Faxon, Toms make strides in bids for Ryder berths

  • After outdriving partners Stuart Appleby and Ian Woosnam at the par-4 fourth hole, Kite spun a wedge to about 4 feet for a birdie, moving three back of then leader Paul - Kite snags some history by making cut at TPC

  • Even in the short time I had been here, I saw that people wore their wealth like badges, outbuilding, outdriving, outdressing each other, and, as Thelma Carriage had said yesterday, even outpartying each other.


  • Guys were outdriving me by 20, 30 yards, '' he said.

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  • Then the neat body turned upon its side, and with quick outdriving legstrokes and the overhand and underhand pulling-forward which modern swimmers partly know, the girl shot ahead through the tiny white-capped waves and away from the swimmer so close behind her, as to-day the cutter leaves the scow.

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  • He's been able to beat the guys the last five years by outdriving them with what he has for equipment.

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  • The film opens with a lovely pre-credits demonstration of his cool as he provides a seemingly impossible getaway for some armed robbers, both outwitting and outdriving the police while remaining completely calm himself.

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  • Woods, who has been outdriving his playing partners, No. 1-ranked Lee Westwood and No.

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