outmaneuver : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  defeat by more skillful maneuvering
    The English troops outmaneuvered the Germans
    My new supervisor knows how to outmaneuver the boss in most situations

  • In sports where limber, prepubescent bodies can outmaneuver more mature athletes, kids can be designated as older than they are.
  • The same devices that give the Harrier its ability to take off vertically also permit it to outmaneuver conventional aircraft by using a technique known as "viffing" (from Vector .
  • The ability of the cancer cell to outmaneuver its attackers has long been reflected in mortality statistics.
News & Articles

  • No time for Hawks to pace themselves
    They realize they have to use superior speed to outmaneuver relentless Bruins When the puck is dropped for Game 5, the Hawks would love nothing more than to stage another track meet -- benefiting their style of play over a Bruins team that would prefer to play in a rink-shaped vat of molasses.        
    June 22, 2013 - Chicago Tribune

  • Arlen Specter in BusinessWeek
    I'm not too happy about the delay,Specter said on Fox News Sunday. "We have a real problem with the Chinese. They are very shrewd and customarily, they outmaneuver us. They take our jobs. They take our money and then they lend it back to...
  • Roy Jones in USA Today
    As you get older, you can't afford to outmaneuver guys in the ring as much,said Jones, an eight-time world champion. "I'm smarter and more economical."
  • Walt Harris in San Jose Mercury News
    The go route works when the receiver beats the corner,Harris said. "With Larry, I don't think he has to beat the corner. He will outmaneuver the guy."

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