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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outrate.


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  • Hou, 16, beat Ruan Lufei, 23, after a nervy match where the teenager, who reached the final in 2008 and far outrated her little-known compatriot, made heavy weather of four classical games and was lucky to reach 2-2.

    Leonard Barden on Chess

  • It's believed to be, Rovell tweets, the first time that "primetime NFL game has outrated a World Series game."

    Football beats baseball as "Sunday Night Football" tops World Series ratings

  • And she has for 23 seasons outrated every one of her competitors.

    CNN Transcript Nov 20, 2009

  • Current U.S. Women's Champion WGM Anna Zatonskih, 30, played board one for the women's squad in 2006 but is once again outrated by Krush and may cede her the top board.

    Handicapping U.S. Women's Olympiad Team

  • And the Red Sox, by the way, outrated the Patriots two Super Bowls in Boston.

    CNN Transcript Oct 23, 2004

  • They had nine votes, but only one was there, while the District of Columbia outrated them.

    Got Lost in Discussion

  • He had felt himself already outrated in rendering service to the bachelors, he had quarrelled with the head of the esquires, he had nearly quarrelled with Gascoyne, and then had come the bitterest and worst of all, the knowledge that his father was an outlaw, and that the Earl would not stretch out a hand to aid him or to give him any countenance.

    Men of Iron

  • Believe it or not, Michel, the Fox pregame show for the NFL beat, outrated, outranked in TV ratings any Major League Baseball game over the weekend, and those were all those playoff games.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Although viewing figures showed that Andre's series outrated Price's last year, it is believed that ITV2 bosses are more concerned about losing the model to a rival channel because of her high profile.

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • Meanwhile, Morgan said that he was glad the ITV1 programme outrated the UK's first ever televised Leaders 'Debate, which pulled in a peak of 10.3 million viewers on Thursday.

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News


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