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outdraw

verb out·draw \ˌat-ˈdr\
out·drew\-ˈdrü\out·drawn\-ˈdrn\out·draw·ing

Definition of OUTDRAW

transitive verb
1
:  to attract a larger audience or following than
2
:  to draw a handgun more quickly than

First Known Use of OUTDRAW

circa 1909

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