outrode outrode


  1. (v) hang on during a trial of endurance
  2. (v) ride better, faster, or further than



  1. She outrode a two-day storm without damage.
  2. And outrode the other by two miles or more.
  3. Famines came again but he outrode them.


  • "Look at her, she outrode them all," Cummings said. "That's why I've put her on my horse, she doesn't have to waste, she can have a steak and eggs tonight and she will be strong on Tuesday."
    on Nov 1, 2008 By: Bart Cummings Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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