transitive verb out·game

Definition of outgame

  1. :  to surpass in courage or stamina could outthink, outfight, and outgame the best the enemy could send against them — Foster Hailey will outgame and will finally run down and catch any deer — S. P. McCall

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Origin and Etymology of outgame

out- + game, adjective

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