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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of outpunch.

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Examples

  • In the end it was perhaps no surprise to find him muted, outpunched and always juddering along in second gear.

    Wimbledon 2010: Berdych's bulk no match for faultless Nadal

  • As much as he was outclassed, out-moved, and outpunched, Eddie kept going forward, and every time he got hit, hed smile, wipe the spit and blood off his mug, and say, Come on.

    Dark Dude

  • As much as he was outclassed, out-moved, and outpunched, Eddie kept going forward, and every time he got hit, hed smile, wipe the spit and blood off his mug, and say, Come on.

    Dark Dude

  • Worse, he gets outpunched by two criminals or even one criminal.

    Erik Lundegaard: Batman (1943): Rounding Up the Shifty-Eyed Japs

  • As much as he was outclassed, out-moved, and outpunched, Eddie kept going forward, and every time he got hit, hed smile, wipe the spit and blood off his mug, and say, Come on.

    Dark Dude

  • Judah was outpunched consistently in the middle of the ring and was behind on the judge's scorecards when he got knocked out with a body shot.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Before ordering their breakfast beverage, customers want to shake the right hand that once outpunched the great Roberto Duran.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • But he was ultimately outmaneuvered and outpunched by his more youthful opponent.

    SI.com

  • Dundee, who was born in Philadelphia, worked with Ali right up until his final bout against Trevor Berbick in 1981, a fight in which the legend by then looked overweight and slow and was outpunched by his opponent.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Olympics here as he outpunched Zack Davies of Britain 14-4 Sunday to enter the finals of the

    Zee News : India National

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