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  • Cherishing the most fervent hopes, embarked on the waste ocean, we saw with delight the receding shore of Britain, and on the wings of desire outspeeded our well filled sails towards the South.

    The Last Man

  • She had grown so fast and far that she had outspeeded her grace.

    The Heart's Highway: A Romance of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century

  • Fish were abundant, to be sure, along that coast, where the invisible fruitfulness of the sea made compensation for the blank barrenness of the land; but they were swift and wary, and had to be caught, one at a time, outwitted and outspeeded in their own element.

    Kings in Exile

  • She had grown so fast and far that she had outspeeded her grace.

    The Heart's Highway

  • Joan and the rest of us followed it so briskly that we outspeeded our forces and had the English behind us as well as before.

    Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc — Volume 1

  • Cherishing the most fervent hopes, embarked on the waste ocean, we saw with delight the receding shore of Britain, and on the wings of desire outspeeded our well filled sails towards the South.

    I.10

  • Cherishing the most fervent hopes, embarked on the waste ocean, we saw with delight the receding shore of Britain, and on the wings of desire outspeeded our well filled sails towards the South.

    The Last Man

  • Cherishing the most fervent hopes, embarked on the waste ocean, we saw with delight the receding shore of Britain, and on the wings of desire outspeeded our well filled sails towards the South.

    The Last Man

  • "[Pavlik] got outspeeded and outboxed by a faster guy," said

    SI.com

  • I think I outspeeded him, and then eventually I made him quit for the first time.

    BoxingScene.com

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