verb out·kick \ˌau̇t-ˈkik\

Definition of outkick

  1. transitive verb
  2. 1 :  to outdo (someone) in kicking :  to kick better than The Giants' placekicker will look very familiar to Bears fans, as Robbie Gould will be in just his fourth game as a Giant with just one field goal attempt so far, but clearly looking to outkick the mediocre-to-date Connor Barth. — Hub Arkush

  3. 2 :  to run at a faster speed than (an opponent) during the last part of a race :  to have a better kick than (see 2kick 1d) “I led the whole race,” [Ben] Kovacs said. “He just had a little bit left, and I just didn't have the next gear to outkick him.” — The Sunday Telegram (Worcester, Massachusetts)


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to cast off or become cast off

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