outmatch outmatch


  • (v) be or do something to a greater degree


  1. Each tried to outmatch the other in expressing dislike for Harry Truman and his civil-rights program.
  2. In numbers and enthusiasm, the organized Democrats seem to outmatch the organized Republicans, a situation that the Republicans are working hard to change.
  3. We've got to outmatch the Communists where it countswith the people.


  • Invasive mussel is not harmed by toxins and invades the freshwaters of Europe and North America

    ( University of Southern Denmark ) While most freshwater mussels react stressfully and weaken when exposed to the toxins in blue-green algae in their water environment, the little zebra mussel is rather indifferent. It is not affected by the toxins, and this helps it outmatch stressed and weakened mussels, report researchers from the University of Southern Denmark. This is bad for the ...
    on October 3, 2013     Source: EurekAlert!


  • "They've got good athletes, Big 12 athletes," Kolb said. "Hopefully, our fire and intensity will outmatch theirs."
    on Sep 21, 2006 By: Kevin Kolb Source: ESPN

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