Examples of outdistance in a Sentence
She easily outdistanced the other runners.
This television outdistances all others in the number of sales.
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The 31-year-old record for Final Four 3-point shots in a game, the 13 by Nevada-Las Vegas in 1987, had gotten sorely outdistanced even if nobody would make 10 as did the Rebels' Freddie Banks.
Broad jump: Ward cleared 136 inches (11 feet, 4 inches) from a standing start to outdistance three players who landed at 134 inches -- Edmunds, Kalu and Georgia State's Chandon Sullivan.
Franklin, which swept all three relays and featured two swimmers who won two individual titles apiece, scored 524 points and outdistanced second-place Racine Park (413) and third-place Kenosha Indian Trail (342).
Brady received 40 votes to outdistance Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley, who had eight, and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, who received two votes.
The two outdistanced a field of nine candidates on the primary ballot to reach the November election.
Other Republicans are also far outdistancing the Democrats: Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle has raised $1.4 million, State Sen. Bill Hightower of Mobile is at $646,812, and Birmingham youth pastor Scott Dawson has generated $455,062.
Long a champion fundraiser, Strange has easily outdistanced Moore in the money race.
Highlands totaled 32 points, outdistancing Class 2A runner-up Bourbon County (53).
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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);
OUTDISTANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outdistance for English Language Learners
: to go far ahead of or beyond (someone or something)
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