outmarch

verb
out·march | \ˌau̇t-ˈmärch \
outmarched; outmarching; outmarches

Definition of outmarch 

transitive verb

: to surpass in marching : to outdo in speed or endurance on the march Moreover, encumbered with the prisoners, wagons, and supplies captured in Princeton, the American army for once could not be expected to outmarch its pursuers.— Virginia Kays Creesy

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1629, in the meaning defined above

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