out-


out-

prefix

: in a manner that is greater, better, or more than something else

Full Definition of OUT-

:  in a manner that exceeds or surpasses and sometimes overpowers or defeats <outmaneuver>
  1. out·achieve
  2. out·act
  3. out·bar·gain
  4. out·bid
  5. out·bitch
  6. out·bluff
  7. out·box
  8. out·brag
  9. out·brawl
  10. out·bulk
  11. out·buy
  12. out·catch
  13. out·charge
  14. out·climb
  15. out·coach
  16. out·com·pete
  17. out·dance
  18. out·daz·zle
  19. out·de·bate
  20. out·de·liv·er
  21. out·de·sign
  22. out·drag
  23. out·dress
  24. out·drink
  25. out·drive
  26. out·du·el
  27. out·earn
  28. out·eat
  29. out·fight
  30. out·fig·ure
  31. out·fish
  32. out·fly
  33. out·fum·ble
  34. out·gain
  35. out·glit·ter
  36. out·gross
  37. out·hit
  38. out·ho·mer
  39. out·hunt
  40. out·hus·tle
  41. out·jump
  42. out·kick
  43. out·kill
  44. out·last
  45. out·leap
  46. out·learn
  47. out·man
  48. out·ma·neu·ver
  49. out·ma·nip·u·late
  50. out·march
  51. out·mus·cle
  52. out·or·ga·nize
  53. out·pass
  54. out·per·form
  55. out·pitch
  56. out·play
  57. out·plot
  58. out·pol·i·tick
  59. out·poll
  60. out·pop·u·late
  61. out·pow·er
  62. out·pray
  63. out·preach
  64. out·price
  65. out·pro·duce
  66. out·prom·ise
  67. out·punch
  68. out·rate
  69. out·re·bound
  70. out·re·pro·duce
  71. out·ri·val
  72. out·roar
  73. out·row
  74. out·rush
  75. out·sail
  76. out·scheme
  77. out·scoop
  78. out·score
  79. out·shout
  80. out·sing
  81. out·sit
  82. out·skate
  83. out·soar
  84. out·spar·kle
  85. out·speed
  86. out·sprint
  87. out·stride
  88. out·swear
  89. out·swim
  90. out·talk
  91. out·think
  92. out·throw
  93. out·trade
  94. out·vie
  95. out·vote
  96. out·wait
  97. out·walk
  98. out·watch
  99. out·wres·tle
  100. out·write
  101. out·yell
  102. out·yield

Origin of OUT-

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