from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To see beyond; to surpass in foresight.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To see beyond; to excel in certainty of seeing; to surpass in foresight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To see more or farther than (another), literally or figuratively.
- To see farther than (a certain point or object).
As with other alpha-adrenergic blocking agents there is a potential risk of syncope passing outsee ADVERSE REACTIONS.
He can outsmell you, outhear you, outwait you, outsee you, and God knows he can outthink you.
Sure, a ground based scope can outsee the Hubble under certain circumstances, but not as a rule.
This earnestness enables them to outsee men of much more talent.
Do we fear lest we should outsee Nature and God, and drink truth dry?
There is nothing to prevent him except moral scruple; for Alberic, after all, is a poor, dim, dwarfed, credulous creature whom a god can outsee and a lie can outwit.
Some of the animals outsee man, outsmell him, outhear him, outrun him, outswim him, because their lives depend more upon these special powers than his does; but he can outwit them all because he has the resourcefulness of reason, and is at home in many different fields.
Do we fear lest we should outsee nature and God, and drink truth dry?
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Ordinarily it doesn’t work unless the entire industry is unionized or the unionized firms have special advantages, and unless foreign competition is kept outsee GM, chrysler, Ford vs. the foreign car firms.