Definition of outmatch
: to prove superior to : outdo
Examples of outmatch in a Sentence
believes Secretariat would outmatch any other horse in racing history
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But after the failure of the first version of the AHCA in March, Quist's fundraising surged, adding up to more than $5 million by the final pre-election report - outmatching Gianforte, whom Republicans had hoped would self-fund his campaign.
This aggression can be deadly for humans, who are far outmatched by an elephant’s size and height in a confrontation.
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