outfight outfight


  • (v) to fight better than; get the better of


  1. It takes a specialist to outfight these men, backed by a railroad bankroll.
  2. What makes life tolerable is his love affair with a girl patient, whose courage surpasses his; her simple presence makes it seem necessary to outwit and outfight the disease.
  3. Ann Sheridan stars as Hank Hawks in a new comedy western series about a modern Annie Oakley who can outfight, outshoot and outwit any man west of the Mississippi.


  1. "I'll fight Kessler any way he wants," said Calzaghe, 35. "I've never taken a backward step in the ring and I don't plan on starting now." "I'll outbox Kessler like I did when I beat Jeff Lacy. I'll outfight him and I'll outpunch him,...
    on Oct 25, 2007 By: Joe Calzaghe Source: Daily Star

  2. "Queens Park Rangers came here and they thought they could outplay and outfight us. They did neither," Davey said. "Charlton probably knew that they could not outplay us so they set up differently and made it very, very difficult for us."
    on Mar 3, 2009 By: Simon Davey Source: GiveMeFootball.com

  3. "Jeff is one of those guys that leads by example," Pacers swingman Danny Granger said. "He's going to dive on the floor for the ball, he's going to outfight you for the ball. It's always great to have a teammate like that. Every team needs...
    on Oct 7, 2008 By: Danny Granger Source: Chicago Tribune

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