Examples of outflank in a Sentence
The army outflanked the enemy.
trying to outflank the competition
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Luther outflanked the power of the Catholic Church hierarchy with a new communications technology, the printing press, that allowed him to speak directly to the people.
The government had intended to draw millions to the polls and outflank the opposition, which on July 16 said more than 7.5 million Venezuelans voted to reject the assembly in an unauthorized referendum.
Down in Florida's 7th congressional district, former ACLU of Central Florida board president and Air Force veteran Chardo Richardson is seeking to outflank incumbent Rep. Stephanie Murphy on the left.
Tensions first flared nearly a year ago during budget deliberations when White was outflanked by a group of county legislators who didn’t agree with his spending decisions.
Notre Dame had 182 rushing yards, and Dantonio said MSU missed tackles and got outflanked by the Irish to pick up some big gains.
Tarik Cohen took the toss left from Mike Glennon, went about five steps before realizing the Falcons had the play outflanked, and reversed field.
Rising nationalism leads countries to seize more of the bounty Freeport set to cut Indonesian stake after decades of strife Outnumbered and outflanked, Freeport-McMoRan Inc. Chief Executive Officer Richard Adkerson made an about-face.
The Wolverines outfought, outflanked and ultimately embarrassed the Gators 41-7.
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