Examples of outclass in a Sentence
The new model outclasses all past models.
She outclassed everyone else in the dance competition.
Recent Examples of outclass from the Web
Many of the Eagles' wins came against schools with records below .500 so the Tigers (15-19) should have enough weapons to outclass their fellow No.
The Rockets won their 16th straight game Tuesday, outclassing a good Oklahoma City team to maintain a half-game lead in the Western Conference standings over Golden State.
When the teams met again at the Olympics on Saturday night without NHL players, Ilya Kovalchuk and the Russians put on a clinic — outplaying, outhitting and outclassing the U.S. in a 4-0 shutout.
Ilya Kovalchuk scored two back-breaking goals as the Russians outplayed, outhit and outclassed the United States in a convincing 4-0 shutout Saturday night as each team wrapped up pool play at the Olympics.
The Hi Power was eventually outclassed by other handguns in its class such as the Glock 17, Sig Sauer P226, and Smith & Wesson M&P, that offered modern features at a lower price point.
The 6-foot-8 senior gave up 5 inches to Ayton in height, about 30 inches in vertical leap, yet outclassed the Pac-12’s best player with pump fakes and jump hooks all night long.
Goffin outclassed both Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Lucas Pouille in singles, again playing a more aggressive brand of tennis.
Ever the opportunist, Tyler belted her chart-topping hit aboard Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas during the solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017, proving that nobody can outclass the master.
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First Known Use of outclass
best, clobber, conquer, crush, defeat, drub, lick, master, overcome, overmatch, prevail (over), rout, shame, skunk, subdue, surmount, thrash, trim, triumph (over), trounce, wallop, whip, win (against), worst;
go one better, run circles around (or run rings around);
OUTCLASS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outclass for English Language Learners
: to be or do much better than (someone or something)
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