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outpoint

verb out·point \ˌat-ˈpint\

: to win more points than (an opponent) in a boxing match

Full Definition of OUTPOINT

transitive verb
1
:  to sail closer to the wind than
2
:  to win more points than (as in a boxing match)

First Known Use of OUTPOINT

1883

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