: to eat more than especially in one sittingTruthfully, the two smallest members of our family can outeat most grown men …— Kimberly Crandell
Examples of outeat in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebSmoliga’s calculations show that when adjusted for body mass, the world’s most competitive hot dog eaters could outeat a grizzly bear, as measured by the amount of food per unit of time.
Christie Aschwanden New York Times, Star Tribune, 18 Aug. 2020 And the pandemic may further tilt the hot dog platters in Chestnut's favor, as his primary challenger -- and the only man to outeat him, Matt Stonie -- is sidelined in California as a result of travel restrictions.
Jason Kurtz, CNN, 4 July 2020
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