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  • v. To eat more than.


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  • The second thing I discovered about Kailamai is that she could outeat me.

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  • Nicholas tends to be a little picky about meat ... some days he can outeat me when The Husband makes steak.

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  • Her ability to outeat larger, male competitors has earned her the nickname "The Black Widow."

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  • Some days, he'll outeat me in terms of steak; other times he can't even feign interest.

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  • Jake had a reputation for being able to outeat everybody in terms of quantity and in the amount of time spent eating.

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  • Nick can love something one day, and outeat any adult, and then the next day swear that it's never passed his lips.

  • I tell ye, Jawn, that a wild Irishman, frish from the bogs and the hills, can outwork, outfight, and outeat any man alive. "

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