Examples of outmatch in a Sentence
believes Secretariat would outmatch any other horse in racing history
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The Bellas are woefully outmatched by their competitors, who all play instruments as well as sing.
Leonard protests mightily but he is outranked and outmatched by John Grey and leaves, pouting.
Kentucky was outmatched, and the 42-13 result shouldn’t shock anybody.
Britain was always going to be outmatched in these negotiations.
Oregon State: The Beavers had a strong defensive showing in the first half, including three sacks, but were outmatched after halftime.
Taliban forces continue to outmatch Afghan security forces, and U.S. combat advisers can only do much to support these Afghan units.
Former health department officials say the department’s prosecutors are overworked and outmatched against seasoned defense attorneys who have represented doctors in front of state boards for years.
The armies marshaled by Western powers were hopelessly outmatched by the wealth, manpower and sophistication of the enemy.
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