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  • v. Present participle of outhustle.

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Examples

  • “There is no such thing as outtalking me, outhustling me, outthinking me or outdressing me,” writes Lucas, 79, who was portrayed by Denzel Washington in the flick “American Gangster.”

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  • They've outperformed the top-seeded Cavs in almost every aspect of the game, outrunning and outhustling a younger team that with the addition of O'Neal, Antawn Jamison and Anthony Parker, was built for the postseason but has yet to show it's serious about winning a title.

    Celtics DESTROY Cavs, Put LeBron On Brink Of Elimination

  • We seemed to not be able to handle it in the fourth, they were beating us down the court and outhustling us. ''

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  • The aggressive Nuggets beat the usually high-octane Suns at their own game in the first half, outrunning, outgunning, outhustling and outshooting Phoenix in building a 70-51 lead.

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  • He has earned that honor over four decades by outhustling and outsmarting his NBA rivals.

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  • Later, Joe Thornton set up Marleau's team-leading 16th goal by outhustling two Ducks to a loose puck, drawing a delayed penalty while holding off a defender and then making a perfect cross-ice pass to the San Jose captain, who skated off the bench.

    USATODAY.com - Hockey - Anaheim vs. San Jose

  • They failed on both measures, getting off to a quick start and outhustling USC for the first couple minutes, but falling behind by double digits after 15 minutes and never making a serious run after that.

    USATODAY.com - Men's Basketball - Arkansas vs. Southern Cal

  • They were dominant in the first half, shooting 68 percent, outhustling the Blazers to rebounds and loose balls in building a 65-43 lead.

    USATODAY.com - Basketball - Portland vs. Sacramento

  • The only team to beat top-ranked North Carolina in the regular season did it again Sunday night, outhustling and outmuscling the disjointed Tar Heels 81-70 in the NCAA women's national semifinal.

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  • Davis had 14 points and 13 assists for the Warriors, who won for just the second time in seven games by consistently outhustling their Northern California rivals, then backing it up with 53-percent shooting.

    USATODAY.com - Basketball - Sacramento vs. Golden State

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