Definition of outmatch
: to prove superior to : outdo
Examples of outmatch in a Sentence
believes Secretariat would outmatch any other horse in racing history
Recent Examples of outmatch from the Web
Yes, McGregor may be outmatched, but Mayweather is well past his prime.
Vanderbilt ultimately was outmatched during a 41-17 loss to NC State in the Independence Bowl.
No one expected Cleveland to beat Golden State, they were outmatched and the Warriors controlled every branch of the game, offense, defense and the refs.
Movie studios often plan a film series before the first one hits theaters, only to find that their ambition outmatched the potential box office draw.
The performance of humans’ puny brains will be outmatched by computers within just 13 years, billionaire Elon Musk has claimed.
The Warriors followed a 113-91 win in Game 1 with a 132-113 effort Sunday, leaving many wondering whether the Cavs are simply outmatched.
But after the failure of the first AHCA, 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.
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.
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