outsail outsail


  • (v) sail faster or better than


  1. If the winds pick up as they are predicted to do, many old salts think that Conner, considered the best 12-meter skipper in the world, can outsail the "Plastic Fantastic.
  2. On the triangular second course, however, the lightweight, even speedier cat (top speed: above 20 knots) should be able to outsail New Zealand across the wind.
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/ˈtæn dʒə bəl /