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


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  • Millions of adults spend hours every week playing video games, and the industry itself now reliably outearns Hollywood.

    Extra Lives by Tom Bissell: Book summary

  • Among couples where the wife outearns her husband, 46% said financial decisions are made mostly by the woman, while 33% said the decisions were shared.

    Christine Whelan: Pew Report: Thank Your Wives, You Lucky Bastards

  • When she outearns Chad, in their midthirties, they will attend marriage counseling to deal with his resentment—which he articulates humbly—and get everything back on track.

    Freud’s Blind Spot

  • In fact, in 24% of homes, the woman outearns the man.

    So, who does the housework in your home?

  • So to better understand the Alpha Earner phenomenon, some researchers focus instead on those households where the wife outearns the husband.

    She Works, He Doesn't

  • In the midst of beef, 50 still outearns and outthinks, well, everybody, Forbes reports

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  • Who is going to pay for the bills once the deceased has no form of earning money (unless you're a dead celebrity like Elvis, of course, who outearns most of the earth's population many decades after his demise)?


  • Retired Pinnacle West CEO Bill Post outearns current CEO Donald Brandt - Business News


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