outscheme

verb out·scheme \ ˌau̇t-ˈskēm \

Definition of outscheme

outschemed; outscheming
transitive verb
:to outdo or surpass by scheming :to scheme better than
  • As national security adviser, Rice spent part of her life outscheming terrorists.
  • —Dennis Dodd

First Known Use of outscheme

1734


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