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- v. To demonstrate superiority, or greater skill than another person, team or group of people.
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It was one thing to run rings around Pirbazari and his new-formed if still nebulous conscience.
Casey'd run rings around that joker and she's no messenger.
Marooned on an island in a river in Italian Gaul, it was gradually borne upon Antony and Lepidus that this youth half their age could run rings around them for guile and ruthlessness.
Spartacus had run rings around Varinius, and he owed it all to his Picentine prisoner.