Examples of outdistance in a Sentence
She easily outdistanced the other runners.
This television outdistances all others in the number of sales.
Recent Examples of outdistance from the Web
District 6: Lake to square off against Pence Jeannine Lee Lake won the Democratic nomination for the U.S. House seat representing District 6, easily outdistancing her five opponents, reports The Star Press.
This year's team piled up 185 points, outdistancing runnerup Phoenix Desert Vista, which had 74.5 points.
But his deal’s $9 million average is outdistanced in 2018 by 20 receivers and a pair of tight ends, and that’s without accounting for whatever happens on the free-agent market later this month.
This is at least the third television ad buy the Ivey campaign has made in recent weeks - a testament to her fundraising that far outdistances her opponents in the Juen 5 Republican primary.
That outdistanced the next-best back by more than 20, according to the story.
The Vikings scored a meet-best 815 points to easily outdistance second-place Centennial (494 points) and third-place Atholton (464.5) on Sunday, April 15.
Fans showed up in droves on the Rock Hall's own fan ballot, as Bon Jovi easily outdistanced the other nominees, beating out second place - and fellow inductee - the Moody Blues by more than 200,000 votes.
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.
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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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