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Outrivalled

aʊtˈrʌɪv(ə)l

Meanings of Outrivalled:

verb

Surpass in competition or comparison.

Usage examples:

They outrivalled the spaniards in fanatical ferocity

Outrivalling

aʊtˈrʌɪv(ə)l

Meanings of Outrivalling:

verb

Surpass in competition or comparison.

Usage examples:

They outrivalled the spaniards in fanatical ferocity

Outrivals

aʊtˈrʌɪv(ə)l

Meanings of Outrivals:

verb

Surpass in competition or comparison.

Usage examples:

They outrivalled the spaniards in fanatical ferocity

Outroar

ˈaʊt.rɔːr

Meanings of Outroar:

noun

A loud noise or cry; an uproar.

verb

To roar louder than or more than; to drown the roaring of.

Meanings of Outroared:

noun

A loud noise or cry; an uproar.

verb

To roar louder than or more than; to drown the roaring of.

Meanings of Outroaring:

noun

A loud noise or cry; an uproar.

verb

To roar louder than or more than; to drown the roaring of.

Meanings of Outroars:

noun

A loud noise or cry; an uproar.

verb

To roar louder than or more than; to drown the roaring of.

Outrode

aʊtˈrʌɪd

Meanings of Outrode:

verb

Ride better, faster, or further than.

Usage examples:

My suggestion - ride cross country in autumn, or outride the skeeters.

Meanings of Outroll:

noun

The action or an act of rolling out something.

Meanings of Outrolling:

noun

The action of outroll ; an instance of this.

Meanings of Outrolls:

noun

The action or an act of rolling out something.

Meanings of Outroot:

verb

To pluck out or up by the root; to root out, eradicate, exterminate.

Meanings of Outrooting:

noun

The action of outroot .

Meanings of Outroots:

verb

To pluck out or up by the root; to root out, eradicate, exterminate.

Meanings of Outrow:

verb

To outdo in rowing; to row faster or further than.

Outrun

aʊtˈrʌn

Meanings of Outrun:

verb

Run or travel faster or further than.

Usage examples:

Their one chance was to outrun their pursuers

Meanings of Outrunner:

noun

A person who or animal which runs along the outside or outer side of something, as an attendant who runs ahead of or beside a carriage, a dog leading a team of sledge dogs, etc. also figurative: one who goes about gathering or spreading intelligence; a forerunner, an advance party (now chiefly historical).

Outrunning

aʊtˈrʌn

Meanings of Outrunning:

verb

Run or travel faster or further than.

Usage examples:

Their one chance was to outrun their pursuers

Outruns

aʊtˈrʌn

Meanings of Outruns:

verb

Run or travel faster or further than.

Usage examples:

Their one chance was to outrun their pursuers

Outrush

ˈaʊt.rʌʃ

Meanings of Outrush:

noun

A rushing out of something; a violent outflow.

Usage examples:

He saw an outrush of water as the tide went out
verb

Carry the ball further forward than (another player or team); surpass in rushing.

Usage examples:

Williams might outrush okoeye

Outrushes

ˈaʊtrʌʃ

Meanings of Outrushes:

noun

A rushing out of something; a violent outflow.

Usage examples:

He saw an outrush of water as the tide went out
verb

Carry the ball further forward than (another player or team); surpass in rushing.

Usage examples:

Williams might outrush okoeye

Outs

aʊt

Meanings of Outs:

noun

A way of escaping from a problem or dilemma.

Usage examples:

He was desperately looking for an out
verb

Reveal the sexual or gender identity of (a person).

adverb

Moving or appearing to move away from a particular place, especially one that is enclosed or hidden.

Usage examples:

He walked out into the street
preposition

Non-standard contraction of out of.

Usage examples:

He ran out the door
adjective

Not at home or at one's place of work.

Usage examples:

If he called, she'd pretend to be out

Outsail

aʊtˈseɪl

Meanings of Outsail:

verb

Sail better or faster than (a competitor).

Usage examples:

They will vie with several other contenders for the honour of outsailing the holders

Outsailed

ˌaʊtˈseɪl

Meanings of Outsailed:

verb

Sail better or faster than (a competitor).

Usage examples:

They will vie with several other contenders for the honour of outsailing the holders

Outsailing

ˌaʊtˈseɪl

Meanings of Outsailing:

verb

Sail better or faster than (a competitor).

Usage examples:

They will vie with several other contenders for the honour of outsailing the holders

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