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Meanings of Outsped:

verb

To surpass in speed; to move, run, etc., faster than.

Meanings of Outspeed:

verb

To surpass in speed; to move, run, etc., faster than.

Outspend

ˌaʊtˈspend

Meanings of Outspend:

verb

Spend more than (someone else).

Usage examples:

The shoe company's willingness to outspend its competitors to deliver more innovative products is c…

Outspending

ˌaʊtˈspend

Meanings of Outspending:

verb

Spend more than (someone else).

Usage examples:

The shoe company's willingness to outspend its competitors to deliver more innovative products is c…

Outspends

ˌaʊtˈspend

Meanings of Outspends:

verb

Spend more than (someone else).

Usage examples:

The shoe company's willingness to outspend its competitors to deliver more innovative products is c…

Outspent

aʊtˈspɛnd

Meanings of Outspent:

verb

Spend more than (someone else).

Usage examples:

The shoe company's willingness to outspend its competitors to deliver more innovative products is c…

Meanings of Outspin:

verb

To surpass in spinning.

Meanings of Outspinned:

verb

To surpass in spinning.

Meanings of Outspinning:

verb

To surpass in spinning.

Meanings of Outspit:

verb

To surpass in spitting; to spit further than.

Meanings of Outspoke:

verb

To surpass in speaking; to speak more loudly, more forcibly, or better than.

Meanings of Outspoken:

adjective

Frank in stating one's opinions, especially if they are shocking or controversial.

Usage examples:

He has been outspoken in his criticism

Meanings of Outspokenly:

adverb

In a way that expresses strong opinions very directly without worrying if other people are offended

Usage examples:

He was outspokenly opposed to the war and could be seen protesting in the town square every saturda…

Outspread

ˌaʊtˈspred

Meanings of Outspread:

adjective

Fully extended or expanded.

Usage examples:

Outspread hands
verb

Spread out.

Usage examples:

That eagle outspreading his wings for flight

Meanings of Outspreading:

verb

Spread out.

Usage examples:

That eagle outspreading his wings for flight
adjective

Fully extended or expanded.

Usage examples:

Outspread hands

Meanings of Outspreads:

verb

Spread out.

Usage examples:

That eagle outspreading his wings for flight
adjective

Fully extended or expanded.

Usage examples:

Outspread hands

Meanings of Outspring:

noun

Something which springs out or issues forth. also in extended use: a result or outcome.

verb

To spring out or issue forth. also figurative. now chiefly literary and poetic.

Meanings of Outsprint:

verb

Sprint faster than (someone).

Usage examples:

Only inexperience let the prodigious 16-year-old down when he was outsprinted by two senior riders …

Meanings of Outstand:

verb

To stand or endure longer than; to stay to or beyond the end of.

Meanings of Outstander:

noun

A person who or thing which outstands; a dissenter; (scottish history) an opponent of the national covenant or its adherents.

Outstanding

aʊtˈstandɪŋ

Meanings of Outstanding:

adjective

Exceptionally good.

Usage examples:

The team's outstanding performance

Of major significance or importance

Outstandingly

ˌaʊtˈstæn.dɪŋ.li

Meanings of Outstandingly:

adverb

Exceptionally.

Usage examples:

Outstandingly beautiful gardens

Meanings of Outstands:

verb

To stand or endure longer than; to stay to or beyond the end of.

Outstared

aʊtˈstɛː

Meanings of Outstared:

verb

Stare at (someone) for longer than they can stare back in order to intimidate or disconcert them.

Usage examples:

You look that big boy right in the eye, and you outstare him.

Outstares

aʊtˈstɛː

Meanings of Outstares:

verb

Stare at (someone) for longer than they can stare back in order to intimidate or disconcert them.

Usage examples:

You look that big boy right in the eye, and you outstare him.

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