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outclass

verb out·class \ˌat-ˈklas\

: to be or do much better than (someone or something)

Full Definition of OUTCLASS

transitive verb
:  to excel or surpass so decisively as to be or appear to be of a higher class

Examples of OUTCLASS

  1. The new model outclasses all past models.
  2. She outclassed everyone else in the dance competition.

First Known Use of OUTCLASS

1870

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