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Outmaneuver

ˌaʊt.məˈnuː.vər

Meanings of Outmaneuver:

verb

Evade (an opponent) by moving faster or with greater agility.

Usage examples:

The yf-22 can outmanoeuvre any fighter flying today

Outmaneuvered

ˌaʊt.məˈnuː.vər

Meanings of Outmaneuvered:

verb

Evade (an opponent) by moving faster or with greater agility.

Usage examples:

The yf-22 can outmanoeuvre any fighter flying today

Outmaneuvering

aʊtməˈnuːvə

Meanings of Outmaneuvering:

verb

Evade (an opponent) by moving faster or with greater agility.

Usage examples:

The yf-22 can outmanoeuvre any fighter flying today

Outmaneuvers

ˌaʊt.məˈnuː.vər

Meanings of Outmaneuvers:

verb

Evade (an opponent) by moving faster or with greater agility.

Usage examples:

The yf-22 can outmanoeuvre any fighter flying today

Outmanned

ˌaʊtˈman

Meanings of Outmanned:

verb

Outnumber.

Usage examples:

They outmanned us three to one

Outmanning

ˌaʊtˈman

Meanings of Outmanning:

verb

Outnumber.

Usage examples:

They outmanned us three to one

Outmanoeuvre

ˌaʊt.məˈnuː.vər

Meanings of Outmanoeuvre:

verb

Evade (an opponent) by moving faster or with greater agility.

Usage examples:

The yf-22 can outmanoeuvre any fighter flying today

Outmans

ˌaʊtˈman

Meanings of Outmans:

verb

Outnumber.

Usage examples:

They outmanned us three to one

Meanings of Outmarch:

verb

To march faster or further than.

Meanings of Outmarched:

verb

To march faster or further than.

Outmarches

ˌaʊtˈmɑːtʃ

Meanings of Outmarches:

verb

To march faster or further than.

Outmarching

ˌaʊtˈmɑːtʃ

Meanings of Outmarching:

verb

To march faster or further than.

Meanings of Outmaster:

verb

To overcome in a struggle for superiority or mastery.

Meanings of Outmatch:

verb

Be superior to (an opponent or rival).

Usage examples:

Vast chambers were built which outmatched anything to be seen in europe

Outmatched

aʊtˈmatʃ

Meanings of Outmatched:

verb

Be superior to (an opponent or rival).

Usage examples:

Vast chambers were built which outmatched anything to be seen in europe

Meanings of Outmatches:

verb

Be superior to (an opponent or rival).

Usage examples:

Vast chambers were built which outmatched anything to be seen in europe

Outmatching

aʊtˈmatʃ

Meanings of Outmatching:

verb

Be superior to (an opponent or rival).

Usage examples:

Vast chambers were built which outmatched anything to be seen in europe

Outmeasure

aʊtˈmɛʒə

Meanings of Outmeasure:

verb

Exceed in quantity or extent.

Usage examples:

There are some days that might outmeasure years

Outmeasured

aʊtˈmɛʒə

Meanings of Outmeasured:

verb

Exceed in quantity or extent.

Usage examples:

There are some days that might outmeasure years

Meanings of Outmeasuring:

verb

Exceed in quantity or extent.

Usage examples:

There are some days that might outmeasure years

Meanings of Outmode:

verb

To cause to be out of fashion, render obsolete or old-fashioned.

Outmoded

aʊtˈməʊdɪd

Meanings of Outmoded:

adjective

Old-fashioned.

Usage examples:

An outmoded victorian building

Meanings of Outmodes:

verb

To cause to be out of fashion, render obsolete or old-fashioned.

Meanings of Outmoding:

verb

To cause to be out of fashion, render obsolete or old-fashioned.

Outmost

ˈaʊtməʊst

Meanings of Outmost:

adjective

Furthest away.

Usage examples:

The outmost reaches of the empire

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