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  • v. To defeat or surpass in wrestling.


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out- +‎ wrestle


  • And Nathaniel Hawthorne, who was the de facto head of security—based on his ability to outwrestle every other occupant—had not re-entered his portrait since she arrived, just in case.

    The Dragon’s Apprentice

  • I am 30 years old and 5-10 130 pounds and I could easily outwrestle screech I think. and I never was in a fight in my life.

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  • I knew I had the chops to outwrestle this guy, but I put in a little extra time with Chuck Liddell and some of the other guys I was training with.

    This is Gonna Hurt

  • Everyone but Primus, who became Victor Invictus Triumph, was smaller than me, and I could outrun and outwrestle my two younger brothers.

    Orphans of Chaos

  • Even a small bear can outrun, outwrestle, and outdo an unarmed man.

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  • Even now, in his middle thirties, he could outbox, outwrestle, and outrun just about everyone he had ever known.

    Starfleet Year One

  • "If you can find a man among your fourteen battalions who can outrun or outwrestle or outfight me, I will take myself off to my own country, and will trouble you no more."

    Irish Fairy Tales

  • That he could outrun, outlift, outwrestle his boyish companions, that he could chop faster, split more rails in a day, carry a heavier log at a "raising," or excel the neighborhood champion in any feat of frontier athletics, was doubtless a matter of pride with him; but stronger than all else was his eager craving for knowledge.

    The Boys' Life of Abraham Lincoln

  • And everywhere he saw Gray's yellow head darting among them like a sun-ball, and he began to wonder, if he could not outrun and outwrestle his old enemy.

    The Heart of the Hills

  • United States, and that he could outrun and outwrestle any man in the county.

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