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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outfox.

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Examples

  • If by "outfoxes" you mean "looks stupid and ineffective" than I completely agree with your analysis.

    McGinn Outfoxes Council President Conlin « PubliCola

  • He works with the Roslin administration and the Quorum, even after Lee outfoxes him to become interim president, and his breaking point — back to the old ways, as it were — comes when the fleet is ready to embrace the alliance.

    Countdown To Putsch | ATTACKERMAN

  • He never bores you with his twists and turns, and he outfoxes everyone.

    A Conversation with Elizabeth D. Samet, author of Soldier's Heart

  • Settler certainty outfoxes and outlasts secular uncertainty—a spirit actually closer to the puzzle of chosenness if deeply understood.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • Settler certainty outfoxes and outlasts secular uncertainty—a spirit actually closer to the puzzle of chosenness if deeply understood.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • Settler certainty outfoxes and outlasts secular uncertainty—a spirit actually closer to the puzzle of chosenness if deeply understood.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • The text she wrote - brave hero outfoxes tigers, gets lots of pancakes in the end - doesn't have a spot of racial malice in it.

    Reissuing a Classic... or Not

  • Rosina, who outfoxes her guardian to marry the man she adores, is an ideal showcase for Bartoli's comic timing, her uncanny facial mobility and her vocal suppleness.

    The Diva Goes Barefoot

  • He's something else, a quasi-psychic, who mainly outfoxes evil-doers and their enablers with his superior gifts -- reasoning, perception, and yes, a little hypnosis thrown in.

    Battling the 'Real' Enemy

  • USATODAY. com - Lefty Mulder outfoxes Yankees lefties

    USATODAY.com - Lefty Mulder outfoxes Yankees lefties

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