Definitions

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  • verb To jump better than; particularly higher than, or further than.

Etymologies

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out- +‎ jump

Examples

  • In Simsbury the next day, I went right back to work, trying to outjump, spin, and sparkle the other skaters in my group.

    Welcome to My World

  • In Simsbury the next day, I went right back to work, trying to outjump, spin, and sparkle the other skaters in my group.

    Welcome to My World

  • In Simsbury the next day, I went right back to work, trying to outjump, spin, and sparkle the other skaters in my group.

    Welcome to My World

  • Maybe if he outjumps me, hit the ball out when he's coming down instead of trying to hit it at the high point, cause he's obviously going to outjump me.

    Washington Redskins' effort in overtime goes to waste as Houston Texans roar back for 30-27 victory

  • Sotirios Kyrgiakos, on for the injured Carragher, tried to outjump Crouch but mistimed his leap.

    Tottenham Hotspur's speed takes them past Liverpool in home straight

  • Kampen teased Hayward that the coach could outjump him.

    Underdawgs

  • He will go against NBA players who can outjump and outrun him.

    USATODAY.com

  • The three opposing players were their daughters, all of whom could outrun and outjump their old-fart opponents, which advantage the old farts typically negated by skill, guile, brutal use of their heavier bodies, and selective cheating.

    Enemy Within

  • The three opposing players were their daughters, all of whom could outrun and outjump their old-fart opponents, which advantage the old farts typically negated by skill, guile, brutal use of their heavier bodies, and selective cheating.

    Enemy Within

  • The three opposing players were their daughters, all of whom could outrun and outjump their old-fart opponents, which advantage the old farts typically negated by skill, guile, brutal use of their heavier bodies, and selective cheating.

    Enemy Within

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