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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outleap.

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Examples

  • Johnson caught a 27-yarder, then Smith outleapt Michael Lewis, who also missed the tackle as Smith picked up 38 yards to the Philadelphia 17.

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  • The Giants opened the game as if they were, well, the Patriots, driving 74 yards, sparked by a 52-yard completion on which Plaxico Burress outleapt Ellis Hobbs for Manning's jump-ball throw.

    Perfection - Patriots Go 16-0

  • The father's affection and alarm outleapt his caution at this.

    The Clarion

  • And the words outleapt from his shrunken lips in the language of the Cree.

    Flint and Feather

  • And the words outleapt from her shrunken lips in the language of the Cree,

    Flint and Feather

  • Their prayers were answered when Hakeem Nicks outleapt two defenders and trapped the ball against his facemask for the touchdown, giving the Giants control of the game for good.

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  • He initially felt De Gea could have done better to keep out Chicago's Cory Gibbs who also outleapt Jones but concluded that the header was unstoppable, and the keeper later made an impressive save with his feet.

    SI.com

  • A Parramatta fightback began when Joel Reddy outleapt Tuqiri to grab a Jeff Robson kick in the 49th minute and Krisnan Inu's conversion made it 15-6.

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  • Bassong outleapt the Swiss defence and placed a sizzling header above Woelffli's head.

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  • After 18 minutes, Tokely hooked the ball back into the Killie box and, amid cries for off-side, Richie Foran somehow outleapt a stationary Alan Combe to score on the line.

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