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- v. To fight or battle better than.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to exceed in fighting; fight more competently.
- transitive v. to defeat in a battle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. to fight better than; get the better of
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Darius was determined to outthink, outride, outfight, and absolutely overwhelm Alexander with superior numbers.
But what we also don't have, I think, is a male writer with his extreme crazy vulnerability, that giant desire to be loved—and of course to outscrew, outdrink, outfight and outwrite all the other boys, and the girls too.
Not only did the side that lies 21st in League One outfight their hosts; they outplayed them, showing precision and imagination that were far more befitting a top-flight club than anything QPR could muster.
Rather than outfight the troll, for example, Mirka outsmarts it -- a traditional idea in Jewish stories about using brains rather than brawn.
But in the end, you can outfight and outlast your enemies, and you can win.
It's quite puzzling how they can outfight 11 men only to be undone by 10. 87 mins: Fahey gives the ball away to Kevin Davies in Birmingham's penalty area, but Bolton's skipper lashes his shot wide.
Easily able to outfight superior numbers of troops given their greater mobility and tactical ability, the Mongols swept aside all defences, and then promptly disappeared.
They knew they could not outfight the infinite power of nature, what one of them called the “trolls of Norway.”
Those aren't huge numbers, but he has shown the ability to outfight defenders for the ball in the air — which is always essential with FS Ed Reed lurking.
No wonder a single female of a tribe not noted for their depth of dunking has been able to outsmart and outfight all of you.