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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outfight.
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Not only does he defuse bombs like he's unwrapping lollipops, he outdrinks, outfights and outshoots his squadmates.
For its weight, you would be hard-pressed to find a fish that outfights the bluegill.
The slasher dynamic was unprecedented in film history: "The idea of a female who outsmarts, much less outfights -- or outgazes -- her assailant (was) unthinkable," Clover wrote.
Even when they go into the skintight outfights to fight crime at the end, they're at least really just layered bulletproof pieces that try to give some respect towards reality.
It was the fight of my life, but nobody outfights a protector. "