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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outpoint.

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Examples

  • At $18, it outpoints its many of its AVA peers at twice the price.

    Enlarge your Pinot dollar – Pinot under $20 – new world or old world? | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • The Focus outpoints the splendid Elantra, but by a margin that makes Bush-Gore in Florida look like a landslide.

    Hyundai Takes a Bold Stand in the Compact Race

  • The Focus outpoints the splendid Elantra, but only by a thin margin.

    Hyundai, Ford in a Compact Race

  • Yes, it outpoints the Civic, but the current Civic goes away in less than a year.

    Brand-New and Almost Out of Date

  • Indeed, the current-model-year (2010) Mustang GT, I think, easily outpoints the key competitors (Chevy Camaro SS and Dodge Challenger SRT) in handling and ride quality, mostly by virtue of the fact that the competitors are, as sports cars, mullet-coiffured lard butts.

    The Power and the Fuel-Sipping Glory

  • Indeed, the current-model-year (2010) Mustang GT, I think, easily outpoints the key competitors (Chevy Camaro SS and Dodge Challenger SRT) in handling and ride quality, mostly by virtue of the fact that the competitors are, as sports cars, mullet-coiffured lard butts.

    The Power and the Fuel-Sipping Glory2.73:1

  • The 2011 Grand Cherokee is excellent kit hardy, well sorted, handsome, agile, with a level of seriousness and interior refinement that in places outpoints Mercedes-Benz and Cadillac.

    Jeep Barrels Past the Drama

  • Indeed, the current-model-year (2010) Mustang GT, I think, easily outpoints the key competitors (Chevy Camaro SS and Dodge Challenger SRT) in handling and ride quality, mostly by virtue of the fact that the competitors are, as sports cars, mullet-coiffured lard butts.

    The Power and the Fuel-Sipping Glory

  • Indeed, the current-model-year (2010) Mustang GT, I think, easily outpoints the key competitors (Chevy Camaro SS and Dodge Challenger SRT) in handling and ride quality, mostly by virtue of the fact that the competitors are, as sports cars, mullet-coiffured lard butts.

    The Power and the Fuel-Sipping Glory

  • Mr Castellanos, an adviser to Mr Romney in his failed 2008 campaign, said that "the problem for Romney is Perry outpoints him on strength and on sincerity but Romney outpoints Perry on jobs and on electability".

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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