outride : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  hang on during a trial of endurance
  • v  ride better, faster, or further than

  • Here was a pint-sized Oxford archaeologist who could outride the fiercest Bedouin warrior, a galloping ghost who had blown up 79 bridges along the Turkish-held Hejaz Railway .
  • And as we act boldly to defy the winds of this crisis and outride the tempest of this painful moment, I can think of no finer steward for our nation's commerce.

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