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Meanings of Outstriding:

verb

To surpass in speed or length of stride; to stride beyond.

Meanings of Outstrike:

verb

To surpass in striking; to deal swifter or heavier blows than. now chiefly sport.

Meanings of Outstrip:

verb

Move faster than and overtake (someone else).

Usage examples:

During the morning warm-up, he once again outstripped the field

Outstripped

ˌaʊtˈstrɪp

Meanings of Outstripped:

verb

Move faster than and overtake (someone else).

Usage examples:

During the morning warm-up, he once again outstripped the field

Outstripping

aʊtˈstrɪp

Meanings of Outstripping:

verb

Move faster than and overtake (someone else).

Usage examples:

During the morning warm-up, he once again outstripped the field

Outstrips

ˌaʊtˈstrɪp

Meanings of Outstrips:

verb

Move faster than and overtake (someone else).

Usage examples:

During the morning warm-up, he once again outstripped the field

Meanings of Outstroke:

noun

A stroke directed outwards; specifically the stroke of an engine which carries the piston towards the crankshaft and further out of the cylinder.

Meanings of Outsuffer:

verb

To outdo in suffering; to suffer more than.

Outsung

ˌaʊtˈsɪŋ

Meanings of Outsung:

verb

Sing better or louder than (someone else).

Usage examples:

Two school teams move across a large field toward each other, each trying to outsing the other

Meanings of Outswagger:

verb

To outdo in swaggering; to swagger more than.

Meanings of Outswam:

verb

To surpass in swimming; to swim better, faster, or further than.

Meanings of Outswear:

verb

To outdo in swearing; to swear more or more coarsely than; to overcome or get the better of by swearing.

Meanings of Outswearing:

verb

To outdo in swearing; to swear more or more coarsely than; to overcome or get the better of by swearing.

Meanings of Outswears:

verb

To outdo in swearing; to swear more or more coarsely than; to overcome or get the better of by swearing.

Meanings of Outsweep:

verb

To sweep (something) out or away; to sweep beyond.

Meanings of Outsweeping:

verb

To sweep (something) out or away; to sweep beyond.

Meanings of Outsweeten:

verb

To surpass in sweetening or in sweetness.

Meanings of Outswell:

verb

To surpass in or by swelling; to surpass in size, quantity, or degree; to swell out more than.

Meanings of Outswim:

verb

To surpass in swimming; to swim better, faster, or further than.

Meanings of Outswimming:

verb

To surpass in swimming; to swim better, faster, or further than.

Meanings of Outswims:

verb

To surpass in swimming; to swim better, faster, or further than.

Outswing

ˈaʊt.swɪŋ

Meanings of Outswing:

noun

The swerve imparted to a ball bowled with a swing from the leg to the off side.

Usage examples:

A display of masterly footwork against hoggard's outswing

Meanings of Outswinger:

noun

A ball bowled with a swerve or swing from the leg to the off side.

Usage examples:

In cricket i bowled outswingers into the wind and batted in the top three.

Meanings of Outswore:

verb

To outdo in swearing; to swear more or more coarsely than; to overcome or get the better of by swearing.

Meanings of Outsworn:

verb

To outdo in swearing; to swear more or more coarsely than; to overcome or get the better of by swearing.

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