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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outmaneuver.
  • adj. overcome by the maneuvering of others.

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Examples

  • A typical write-up of last August's vote in the New York Times, for example, focused on the way the president had "outmaneuvered" the Democrats.

    Why Obama's Support For FISA Cave-In Is Such A Downer

  • The Treasury's compensation "special master" denied an accusation by Sen. Charles Grassley, an Iowa Republican, that the Obama administration was "outmaneuvered" by AIG.

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  • Not to mention the fact that Clinton "outmaneuvered" Newt Gingrich after Democrats lost control of the House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years.

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  • ABC's George Stephanopoulos called this a "hand grenade" and said Huckabee was demonstrating that he was not going to be "outmaneuvered" by Palin when it came to courting conservatives.

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  • '' outmaneuvered '' the Obama administration and now has taxpayers '' over a barrel. ''

    Insurance Journal

  • Her life took a magical turn when she gave herself fully to the idea that the wild pigs that stalked her fenced acreage and trolled her farmland, trying to root mac nuts out of the ground, could themselves be physically outmaneuvered.

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  • Robin, it appears, has outmaneuvered him, if only temporarily.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • Anatoly Chubais, himself from St. Petersburg and usually a Putin backer, is said to have tried to talk Yeltsin out of appointing Putin, only to be outmaneuvered by the head of the presidential administration, Aleksandr Voloshin.

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  • The state Assembly passed Walker's proposal a day after Republican senators outmaneuvered the 14 Democratic senators who had fled Wisconsin to deny a quorum needed for passing a budget measure.

    Wonkbook: Republicans against entitlement reform (at least right now)

  • Darren Hauck/Reuters Protesters took over the building after Senate Republicans outmaneuvered their missing Democratic counterparts and brought a three-week stalemate over union benefit cuts to its unexpected end.

    Vote Sparks Protests in Wisconsin

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