outmarch

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verb out·march \ ˌau̇t-ˈmärch \

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

First Known Use of outmarch

1629


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