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1outride

verb out·ride \ˌat-ˈrīd\
out·rode\-ˈrōd\out·rid·den\-ˈri-dən\out·rid·ing\-ˈrī-diŋ\

Definition of OUTRIDE

transitive verb
1
:  to ride better, faster, or farther than :  outstrip
2
:  to ride out (a storm)

First Known Use of OUTRIDE

1530

2outride

noun out·ride \ˈat-ˌrīd\

Definition of OUTRIDE

:  an unstressed syllable or group of syllables added to a foot in sprung rhythm but not counted in the scansion

First Known Use of OUTRIDE

1880

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