outscoop

verb out·scoop \ ˌau̇t-ˈsküp \

Definition of outscoop

transitive verb
:to report a news story before :scoop
  • … all the network "insiders" were working the phones trying to outscoop each other.
  • —Steve Carp

First Known Use of outscoop

1914


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