Examples of outrank in a Sentence
A general outranks a colonel.
The only topic to outrank the economy this week was the war.
Recent Examples of outrank from the Web
Among its Northeast neighbors, Connecticut was outranked by New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine, beating out only Rhode Island, listed at 28th.
The list includes some of the world's top models like Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid, Cara Delevingne, and Kendall Jenner — and Kaia still outranks them all.
California, where 30 percent of students in the class of 2017 scored a 3 or better, also outranked Oregon on Advanced Placement success.
While Houston ranks as the third healthiest city in Texas, Plano (39 overall) and Austin (17 overall) significantly outrank the Space City.
Even factoring in online streams, Mr. Trump’s address would not outrank Mr. Obama’s.
The most recent hack outranks a major trauma for early cryptocurrency investors in terms of U.S. dollar.
Sánchez outranks Mkhitaryan in shot-to-goal ratio, in addition to shooting accuracy.
As People reports, Markle should also curtsy to Princess Anne, Beatrice, and Eugenie if Prince Harry is not with her, and any foreign royals who outrank her.
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First Known Use of outrank
OUTRANK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outrank for English Language Learners
: to have a higher rank or position than (someone)
: to be more important than (someone or something)
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