outfight

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verb out·fight \ˌau̇t-ˈfīt\

Definition of outfight

outfought

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outfighting

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to outdo or surpass in fighting or competing :  to fight or compete harder or more skillfully than The southpaw went down from a counter left hook to the chin in the fifth … but appeared to outhustle and outfight Bujaj most of the way. — Bob Velin … Minnesota's pedestrian DBs [=defensive backs] could not outfight Penn State's big receivers. — David Jones

1650

First Known Use of outfight

1650


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