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  • v. Present participle of outpass.

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Examples

  • Outdunking, outpassing and outperforming their more trumpeted counterparts from the Western Conference, the Eastern Conference All-Stars avenged a year-old beating with a 134-128 win on Sunday night.

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  • This long pining seemed to me as if He had been seven nights dead, dying, at the point of outpassing away, suffering the last pain.

    Revelations of Divine Love

  • In this sickness I desired to have all manner of pains bodily and ghostly that I should have if I should die, (with all the dreads and tempests of the fiends) except the outpassing of the soul.

    Revelations of Divine Love

  • Presented herself to him as horribly prolific, ever outpassing her own unwieldy limits, sending forth her children, year after year, all the wide world over by shipping or by rail; receiving some tithe of them back, proud with accomplished fortune to enhance her glory, or, disgraced and broken, slinking homeward to the cover of her fog and darkness merely to swell the numbers of the nameless who rot and die.

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  • The Canadians kept nearly the entire game in the Americans 'end - outpassing, outshooting and simply outworking the only team in women's hockey with a chance of standing up to them.

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  • It was a lead they probably deserved, having dominated the first period, outpassing the Reds at times on a bone-dry pitch.

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  • - were achieved by outpassing and outclassing their superiors.

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