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outrebound combined form of rebound.
outreproduce combined form of reproduce.
outride to surpass or outdo in riding. [2 definitions]
outrider a mounted attendant or guard who accompanies a carriage. [2 definitions]
outrigger an attached float extended on a frame to one side of a boat to provide added stability, as on seagoing canoes in the South Pacific. [2 definitions]
outright thorough or total. [5 definitions]
outrival combined form of rival.
outroar combined form of roar.
outrun to run faster, farther, or longer than. [3 definitions]
outsail combined form of sail.
outscheme combined form of scheme.
outscoop combined form of scoop.
outscore combined form of score.
outsell to sell more than (another).
outset the first stage; beginning.
outshine to be brighter or more brilliant than. [2 definitions]
outshoot to shoot better or farther than. [3 definitions]
outshout combined form of shout.
outside the outer side or surface. [10 definitions]
outside of with the exception of.
outsider someone or something not inside a boundary, limit, or the like. [3 definitions]