outmuscle

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verb out·mus·cle \ˌau̇t-ˈmə-səl\

Definition of outmuscle

outmuscled

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outmuscling

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to defeat or overwhelm by or as if by using greater physical strength and effort Saturday, however, Xavier outmuscled Utah all night on the boards, dominating them for 40 minutes … — Stephen Lindsay If ESPN.com outmuscles every other source of printed verbiage, then it is appropriate to ask: Is it any good? — Bryan Curtis

First Known Use of outmuscle

1900

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