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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outpass.

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Examples

  • "Of course Gramm was totally right in that the gloom and doom rhetoric far outpasses any actual bad current economic outcomes"

    Belarus to McCain: What did we do to deserve this??

  • Of course Gramm was totally right in that the gloom and doom rhetoric far outpasses any actual bad current economic outcomes, but totally wrong in the sense that when you want a bunch of whiners to vote for your candidate so that you can get a cushy government job the last thing you should do is call them a bunch of whiners!!

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • And that I think is where Pixar has outpasses everyone else.

    Pixar Makes Bolt?

  • Remember that I used this very same word ‘miracle’ of Shakespeare, meaning again that the total Shakespeare quite outpasses my comprehension; yet Shakespeare, too, on occasion talks stark nonsense, or at any rate stark bombast.

    VII. Some Principles Reaffirmed

  • Yes, imagine the pain of an Arsenal game in which one team completely outpasses the other, humiliates them to a barely imaginable degree, and contrives not to win.

    The Guardian World News

  • Y A Raheem, president of the Indian Association Sharjah (IAS), told TOI over telephone that most of the workers seeking outpasses had been cheated by their employers.

    The Times of India

  • "All those who have applied want to go back to India and we are processing their applications for issuing outpasses," the official said on Monday.

    The Times of India

  • Babylonish dialect), this far outpasses the raillery of Sterne's

    A Prince of Bohemia

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