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  • v. To get a higher rating than something or someone else


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out- +‎ rate


  • Hey DNC, what drugs are you on thinking ANYONE or ANY ORGANIZATON is responsible for the citizen outrate at town hall meetings?

    GOP turns tables on Democrats

  • Vince Doria, ESPN senior vice president, notes the Yankees and Red Sox outrate West Coast teams even in West Coast TV markets: It's not a question of bias.

    Does the 'N' in ESPN stand for Northeast?

  • All this isn't to declare that Fringe would outrate The Mentalist on an even playing field ... only that a lead-in isn't everything and both shows have proven themselves as freshman MVPs read PaleyFest coverage: Fringe and Mentalist.

    'Idol' slips again, yet 'Fringe' rises -- The Live Feed | THR

  • And some think "American Idol" will be the first series in eight years to outrate the games.

    CNN Transcript Feb 10, 2006

  • Of course, it wouldn't outrate the O.J. trial, but Ross Ed was nothing if not a realist.

    Jed the Dead

  • In Cuba we detested marching, uniforms and weapons, because for us we were always the symbols of oppression and abuse, symbols of privilege, symbols of outrate.


  • Of course, the Vancouver Games were expected to outrate Torino given the Canadian city's close proximity to the U.S. and favorable time-zone comparisons, as well as predictions of a strong medals performance for the Americans.

  • After a slow start, My Kitchen Rules continues to outrate its reality rival | Top Stories

  • In other words, if you outrate your opponent by 200 points but blunder away a pawn for nothing in the middlegame, the chances should be equal.


  • Remember last September when the taxpayers cried outrate to their representatives and they voted the bill down.

    Cafferty File


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