outpoint outpoint

Definition(s):

  1. (v) sail closer to the wind than
  2. (v) score more points than one's opponents

Usage(s):

  1. If Hillary Rodham Clinton's name is included, it becomes a contest, though Gore would outpoint her 36% to 26%.
  2. They even outpoint the Eagles; their last album, 1977's Rumours, has rung up sales of something like 15 million copies.
  3. Roughneck Rocky Graziano is an accomplished shadow-boxer, who has hitherto been able to outpoint the shadows of his own past.

News

  1. LATEST NEWS

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — China's Xiong Zhao Zhong picked himself up off the canvas to outpoint Denver Cuello of the Philippines on Friday night to retain the WBC strawweight title.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Greenwich Time

  2. Xiong successfully defends WBC strawweight title

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- China's Xiong Zhao Zhong picked himself up off the canvas to outpoint Denver Cuello of the Philippines on Friday night to retain the WBC strawweight title.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: The Associated Press via Yahoo! Sports

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Quotes

  1. "I truly don't know that I can damage him," Bonaduce said. "He's just too big. I can just outpoint him."
    on Jan 24, 2009 By: Danny Bonaduce Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "You do have to come out with the mentality that I want to win and I want to win impressively. Not that I want to come out and outpoint a guy for three rounds or lay on top of him and dry-hump him for three rounds," White says dismissively....
    on May 26, 2007 By: Dana White Source: 680 News

  3. "I'm looking for a knockout," Mosley said. "When I go into these fights, I don't go in there thinking I am just going to outpoint him and survive. When I fight, I go for blood and I think he is going to be thinking the same thing."
    on Nov 9, 2007 By: Shane Mosley Source: Long Beach Press-Telegram

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