outvote outvote  /aʊt ˈvoʊt/


  • (v) defeat by a majority of votes


  1. But the old Malay hierarchies, fearing that the Chinese might outvote them, threatened to revolt.
  2. The alleys would outvote the avenues.
  3. Old Bolsheviks in consternation grumbled that the non-Communists in the PPF would outvote them.


  • Blacks outvote whites nationwide, but not in the Bay State

    For the first time in history, African-Americans outvoted whites in the 2012 elections. But recent U.S. Census figures suggest that in the Bay State, whites continue to vote at a higher rate.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The Standard-Times

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