Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of outlast.

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Examples

  • The Angels showed their mettle in outlasting the Yankees but will pay for all that travel early on, and Colon's health status only complicates matters.

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  • Birdman, has opened up about his record label outlasting its competition from the 1990s, which includes

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  • Birdman, has opened up about his record label outlasting its competition from the 1990s, which includes

    MTV UK

  • Note: John Cena won the title after outlasting Sheamus, Randy Orton, Triple H, Ted DiBiase Jr., and Kofi Kingston in an Elimination Chamber Match.

    WWE Championship

  • Note: Triple H won the title after outlasting Edge, Vladimir Kozlov, Jeff Hardy, Undertaker, and Big Show in an Elimination Chamber Match.

    WWE Championship

  • One day of rest plus two days of practice was just what the doctor ordered for what appeared to be a very fatigued group of Celtics following Saturday night's "outlasting" of the

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  • This phenomenon, a sort of lottery whereby some places win merely by outlasting others, will not be limited to towns built around automobiles, or even around manufacturing.

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  • Should there be a "lingering effect," with good will between teacher and student outlasting the classroom?

    Alexia Parks: Does College Stress Breed Success?

  • Should there be a "lingering effect," with good will between teacher and student outlasting the classroom?

    Alexia Parks: Does College Stress Breed Success?

  • Victoria Azarenka has advanced to her first grand slam final after outlasting defending champion Kim Clijsters in a remarkable encounter at the Australian Open.

    Azarenka defeats Clijsters to reach Australian Open final

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