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outspeed combined form of speed.
outspend to spend more than (another person).
outspoken speaking or inclined to speak frankly and freely. [2 definitions]
outspread to spread or stretch out; extend. [3 definitions]
outsprint combined form of sprint.
outstanding of high quality; excellent. [3 definitions]
outstare to stare longer or in a colder or harder way than; stare down; outface.
outstay to stay longer than.
outstretch to stretch or stretch out. [2 definitions]
outstride combined form of stride.
outstrip to go faster or farther than; outrun. [2 definitions]
outswear combined form of swear.
outswim combined form of swim.
outtalk to outdo or surpass in length, frequency, volume, or effectiveness of talking.
outthink to think more rapidly, efficiently, or cunningly than. [2 definitions]
outthrow combined form of throw.
out to lunch (slang) out of touch with reality.
outtrade combined form of trade.
outvie combined form of vie.
outvote to defeat or outdo in voting.
outwait to wait or be patient longer than (someone else).