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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of outmuscle.
  • adjective Overcome by superior strength.

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Examples

  • Rogers missed his first attempt and, after his second rimmed out to the right, Kenyon Martin outmuscled Mason for the ball and sent it back to Rogers, who calmly swished a jumper from just inside the top of the key.

    USATODAY.com

  • Rucchin outmuscled defenseman Filip Kuba in front of the net and whacked the puck past Roloson just before it hit the ice.

    USATODAY.com

  • It actually said that she really kind of outmuscled him for the most part.

    CNN Transcript Mar 10, 2008

  • It actually said that she really kind of outmuscled him for the most part.

    CNN Transcript Mar 8, 2008

  • As the outmuscled and outplayed Patriots can attest, Baltimore relishes taking on this us-against-the-world challenge.

    Statement win: Could beating Patriots fuel deep Ravens run?

  • That, however, was a problem, too, because they would just get knocked off the ball and outmuscled by bigger kids.

    The Debutante Ball of Soccer

  • Nicks's spectacular one-handed cradled catch isn't new anymore; the way he outmuscled Seattle corner Walter Thurmond was.

    A Maddening Manning

  • That, however, was a problem, too, because they would just get knocked off the ball and outmuscled by bigger kids.

    The Debutante Ball of Soccer

  • PITTSBURGH When Pittsburgh Penguins center Jordan Staal outmuscled Brian Rafalski to score a shorthanded goal against the Detroit Red Wings, it had short-term impact and perhaps long-term implications in the Stanley Cup Finals.

    Penguins beat Red Wings 4-2 in Game 4 to even series

  • Brian Rafalski got outmuscled on Jordan Staal's short-handed goal.

    Penguins beat Red Wings 4-2 in Game 4 to even series

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