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Meanings of Outsworn:

verb

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

Meanings of Outswum:

verb

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

Meanings of Outtake:

noun

A scene, sequence, or song filmed or recorded for a film, programme, or record album but not included in the final version.

Usage examples:

Events are covered chronologically and supplemented by clips from over 120 films, contemporary inte…

Meanings of Outtakes:

noun

A scene, sequence, or song filmed or recorded for a film, programme, or record album but not included in the final version.

Usage examples:

Events are covered chronologically and supplemented by clips from over 120 films, contemporary inte…

Outtalk

aʊtˈtɔːk

Meanings of Outtalk:

verb

Outdo or overcome in talking.

Usage examples:

He was out-talked by his mother

Outtalked

aʊtˈtɔːk

Meanings of Outtalked:

verb

Outdo or overcome in talking.

Usage examples:

He was out-talked by his mother

Meanings of Outtalking:

verb

Outdo or overcome in talking.

Usage examples:

He was out-talked by his mother

Outtalks

aʊtˈtɔːk

Meanings of Outtalks:

verb

Outdo or overcome in talking.

Usage examples:

He was out-talked by his mother

Outthink

aʊtˈθɪŋk

Meanings of Outthink:

verb

Outdo in thinking; outwit.

Usage examples:

Machines that can out-think humans

Outthinking

aʊtˈθɪŋk

Meanings of Outthinking:

verb

Outdo in thinking; outwit.

Usage examples:

Machines that can out-think humans

Outthinks

aʊtˈθɪŋk

Meanings of Outthinks:

verb

Outdo in thinking; outwit.

Usage examples:

Machines that can out-think humans

Outthought

aʊtˈθɪŋk

Meanings of Outthought:

verb

Outdo in thinking; outwit.

Usage examples:

Machines that can out-think humans

Meanings of Outthrust:

adjective

Extended outward.

Usage examples:

With his out-thrust foot he sent the man keeling over

Meanings of Outturn:

noun

The amount of something produced, especially money.

Usage examples:

The financial out-turn

Outvalue

aʊtˈvaljuː

Meanings of Outvalue:

verb

Be of greater value than.

Usage examples:

A ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world

Outvalued

aʊtˈvaljuː

Meanings of Outvalued:

verb

Be of greater value than.

Usage examples:

A ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world

Outvalues

aʊtˈvaljuː

Meanings of Outvalues:

verb

Be of greater value than.

Usage examples:

A ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world

Meanings of Outvaluing:

verb

Be of greater value than.

Usage examples:

A ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world

Meanings of Outvie:

verb

Outdo in competition or rivalry.

Usage examples:

Her cheeks can the roses and lilies outvie

Outvied

aʊtˈvʌɪ

Meanings of Outvied:

verb

Outdo in competition or rivalry.

Usage examples:

Her cheeks can the roses and lilies outvie

Meanings of Outvoice:

verb

To speak louder than; to drown out (a noise, etc.) with the voice.

Meanings of Outvoiced:

verb

To speak louder than; to drown out (a noise, etc.) with the voice.

Meanings of Outvoices:

verb

To speak louder than; to drown out (a noise, etc.) with the voice.

Meanings of Outvoicing:

verb

To speak louder than; to drown out (a noise, etc.) with the voice.

Meanings of Outvote:

verb

Defeat by gaining more votes.

Usage examples:

The constituency party delegates were outvoted by the trade union delegates

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