Definitions

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  • v. To skate better than another skater

Etymologies

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out- +‎ skate

Examples

  • "If we outskate them, use our team speed and our size, they're going to take penalties and we'll be on our power play."

    Caps hope skill is enough against physical Flyers

  • Good lord, I think I could outskate half those girls, and I can't even do crossovers.

    The story that keeps on giving

  • Next time was joanne and i grabbing onto each other's hands and trying to outskate joel and michael together.

    yanxious Diary Entry

  • Although has terrific playmaking ability and some hockey sense, we wonder about Comrie's ability to outskate and out muscle bigger and stronger players at the next level.

    USA TODAY Latest news

  • The Canucks played Sunday night in Denver, but had plenty in reserve to outskate the Sharks, who allowed a season high in shots.

    latimes.com - News

  • The Canucks played Sunday night in Denver, but had plenty in reserve to outskate the Sharks who allowed a season high in shots.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The Canucks played Sunday night in Colorado but had plenty left to outskate the Sharks, who allowed a season high in shots.

    SI.com

  • -- Carlson seems able to outskate his mistakes, though … he's only been on the ice for two goals against.

    The Peerless Prognosticator

  • Hawks showed they could outskate their opponent Saturday night, they proved they could outslug

    chicagotribune.com -

  • If youthful, fresh-legged Team USA can outskate big strong Team Canada for a victory here on Sunday, it might not rank with the 1980 gold medal-winning team's defeat of the Soviets.

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