| \ ˈau̇t-ˌlēp
: a surge of feeling, activity, or growth : outburst
He felt an outleap of interest and compassion toward her …— George Eliot
| \ ˌau̇t-ˈlēp
outleaped or outleapt; outleaping; outleaps
: to outdo in leaping : outjump
… Tillman outleaped the receiver for the slightly underthrown pass …— Nunyo Demasio Most species of hares, the snowshoe being an exception, live in more open habitat than rabbits and tend to outleap and outrun predators.— John O. Whitaker, Jr.