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

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Examples

  • “Time after time, we are outthought, outfought, and defeated.”

    Fire The Sky

  • His Majesty sold Fernando Torres to Chelsea for £50m and then outthought El Niño's new employers on the pitch with the help of a coach – Steve Clarke – who was formerly the chief defensive organiser for Roman Abramovich's mob.

    What defines the great managers? Total control | Paul Hayward

  • If Capello wants to remind his England players that he has the Midas touch, or to show them the meaning of mental fortitude, he could not do much better than show them the video of that game together with an explanation of how he outthought a Barça team packed with fluidity and flair.

    Cornered Fabio Capello knows precisely how to square the circle

  • They outslugged you, outthought you, outmaneuvered you; and in the end you ripped off your pants, painted yer asses blue, and said yes sir, may I have another. [via SciFi Scanner]

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  • She had outtalked and outthought all those country boys in Tioga County, Pennsylvania, and those fake hustlers from Elmira.

    Zebratown

  • But Loving had outthought me and negated my strategy.

    Edge

  • They outslugged you, outthought you, outmaneuvered you; and in the end you ripped off your pants, painted yer asses blue, and said yes sir, may I have another.

    Harlan on the Writer's Strike

  • Apparently, it's okay to be outthought, outworked, outdone, and outclassed, but God forbid you are out-eaten.

    Live Eat

  • It means that my energy is up and my arms are working and I have outthought them.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Because if your only advantage is on cost of labor, I don't think you've got much of an opportunity strategically and you are going to get outthought, outmaneuvered and outhustled by foreign competition.

    CNN Transcript Feb 25, 2004

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