Definition of outpoint
1 : to sail closer to the wind than
2 : to win more points than (as in a boxing match)
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But after Golovkin outpointed Danny Jacobs — his first fight going 12 rounds — and Alvarez destroyed Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. earlier this year, the bout was made.
Wepner, from Bayonne, N.J., knocked Ali down in the ninth round of their March 1975 bout, but was beaten up badly and widely outpointed on the scorecards.
Elle Emery of Marco Forster outpointed Tess Booth of Thurston and four other finalists to win girls shortboarding.
Earlier, Carlos Cuadras outpointed fellow Mexican David Carmona in a super flyweight fight.
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Definition of outpoint for English Language Learners
: to win more points than (an opponent) in a boxing match
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