outcatch

verb
out·​catch | \ˌau̇t-ˈkach, -ˈkech\
outcaught\ ˌau̇t-​ˈkȯt also  -​ˈkät \; outcatching

Definition of outcatch 

transitive verb

: to catch more than (someone) Fishermen … would be desperate to outcatch one another for their own financial survival.— Linda Greenlaw

First Known Use of outcatch

1870, in the meaning defined above

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