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  • verb Simple past of outfly.

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Examples

  • His planes outflew those of the Soviets in competitions during the Cold War.

    The Lindbergh of Hobbyists

  • His planes outflew those of the Soviets in competitions during the Cold War.

    The Lindbergh of Hobbyists

  • Then there's the part of me that really, really wants it to actually exist, especially the version that outflew the jets.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Nobody much liked GD back then, because the F-111 fighter-bomber had a bad rep, but their F-16 prototype outflew the Northrop contender every time.

    Hardware For Dummies: The Osprey Vs. The Hornet « Isegoria

  • We outflew the white crow, arriving less than two hours after our toes departed solid stone.

    Water Sleeps

  • On one such occasion, he was pursued by a flying dragon engine and outflew it, bringing it within range of one of his father's clockwork avian flocks.

    The Brothers' War

  • On one such occasion, he was pursued by a flying dragon engine and outflew it, bringing it within range of one of his father's clockwork avian flocks.

    The Brothers' War

  • 'Better,' Redworth laughed joyfully, between admiration of the tongue that always outflew him, and of the face he reddened.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • 'Better,' Redworth laughed joyfully, between admiration of the tongue that always outflew him, and of the face he reddened.

    Diana of the Crossways — Volume 5

  • 'Better,' Redworth laughed joyfully, between admiration of the tongue that always outflew him, and of the face he reddened.

    Diana of the Crossways — Complete

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