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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outvote.
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I had preferred 'View from Room C308' myself but I was outvoted by Phill in my office who outvotes me on practically everything.
If the more liberal residents try to get rid of the intolerable tyranny of compulsory classics, a band of earnest, conventional people streams up from the country and outvotes them, saying solemnly, and obviously believing, that education is in danger.
Come to the sensual and voluptuous person, and convince him that there is a necessity of his bidding farewell to all inordinate pleasure, in order to his future happiness; perhaps you gain his reason, and in some measure insinuate into his will: but then his sensual desire interposes, and outvotes and unravels all his convictions.
And no matter how Cameron pleads and squirms, I'd just repeat the offer: agree to a referendum, or stay in opposition. nick clegg will go up in my estimation if he tells the tories that he'll do a deal, but then at the queen's speech debate he outvotes them, pointing at cameron with one hand, finger on nose with the other, and laughing his head off.
In that case, by my count, it doesn’t matter whether Souter is replaced by SoSo or Karl Marx, because the new majority outvotes her/him.
The only one that outvotes yo’ momma is the health inspector, who comes unannounced every six, eight, or ten weeks.