Examples of outrank in a Sentence
A general outranks a colonel.
The only topic to outrank the economy this week was the war.
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The Supreme Court majority, of course, outranks the circuits and always gets the final say.
And the survey shows how wrapped up many of us are in our looks overall: 44 percent of women consider their appearance a key part of their identity, outranking being a mom, or their job, religion, or heritage.
Slams that include all three species outrank those with only two species.
These flat, open-floor-plan structures outranked other common styles—like contemporary, cottage, craftsman, and farmhouse—likely for their affordability.
Since it was first included in July 2010 as a response to the question of which issue is most important, health care has never been cited by more than 20% of Americans as most pressing and has never outranked all other issues.
In the building trades, business manager outranks president.
Cleveland only outranked San Francisco, New York, Detroit and Washington D.C in the overall scores.
DeWine and Husted are largely considered the two heavyweights, outranking the rest in both name ID and fundraising.
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