outdraw outdraw


  • (v) draw a gun faster, or best someone in a gunfight


  1. Roosevelt wasn't strong enough to win the election, losing to Democrat Woodrow Wilson, though he did outdraw Taft in the popular vote.
  2. South Asian culture suffuses almost every facet of modern British life: Bollywood movies outdraw West End musicals, and curry is the national cuisine.
  3. His films outdraw Hollywood's in Mexico.


  • McClain: My tribute to Barry Warner

    My first day at the Chronicle was Oct. 18, 1976. I was hired to cover the original Aeros with Gordie, Marty and Mark Howe. I was a snot-nosed Waco native who didn’t know squat about hockey. The Aeros were coming off back-to-back World Hockey League championships, and they used to outdraw the Rockets by a long shot. I worked for Dave Campbell at the Waco Tribune-Herald while I attended Baylor and ...
    on August 7, 2013     Source: Houston Chronicle


  • "People listen when she speaks. She can outdraw anybody," said Peterson. "Her contacts are the people in the big-hedge funds, the big money. She has the infrastructure behind her. Her friends are ...... the king and queen of this country, the...
    on Apr 12, 2007 By: David Peterson Source: Toronto Star

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