from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Completely exhausted.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outspend.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Thoroughly spent, or wearied; tired out; exhausted.
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The "outspent" remark by Clinton is stupid – if she had the money she would have used it to saturate the airwaves with her hate.
She keeps complaining she has been "outspent," but that also means she has been "out-fundraised."
I don't want a whiner who will complain that McCain "outspent" her, and therefore she is the moral winner.
Her e-mails have a pathetic tone, whining and complaining over being "outspent" in Pennsylvania.
Despite being a relative unknown, being outspent by a substantial margin, and a general Republican lean to the district, Rob came within just 8 points of knocking Wilson off in 2008.
They'd rather spend their money on other stuff; they know we can outspend them they way we outspent the Soviets.
He has outspent EVERY PRESIDENT COMBINED in less than a year and if you like 24,000 cash for clunkers and FAKE jobs in FAKE districts, you are bigger fools than we thought.
They literally outspent the Democrats in giving money away when they were in power.
As good as this result was for the democrat, it was no where near as good as past elections for democrats and about a 10 pt. swing in favor of the republican who was outspent about 20 to 1.
Five months later - outspent roughly 33 to 1, without a real campaign machine and facing daunting odds - Ferre seems more inspired than intimidated by the mountain.