Examples of outsell in a Sentence
Diet sodas are now beginning to outsell regular sodas in the supermarkets.
We've been outselling our competitors for the past five years.
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The outlet adds that Swift beat U2’s 2017 record by more than $467,000 at the Rose Bowl and also broke the band’s box-office record in Denver by outselling their gross ticket sales by $1.2 million.
The women’s team saw the highest season ticket sales at Gampel Pavilion in the past 10 years, outselling the men’s team by 561.
Neruda’s books, said to outsell all other poetry translated into English, are often household articles in their own right.
Domestic brands have a lock on the full-size pickup market, with Chevrolet, Ford and Ram trucks solidly outselling the Toyota and Nissan competitors built in the South.
Women’s Basketball Sees Gains Coming off a one-loss season, the UConn women had the second highest season ticket sales for Gampel Pavilion in the past 10 years and outsold the men’s team by 561 per game at the venue in the 2017 season.
These doodads may seem quaint now, but the LS400 stood out and quickly outsold many rivals.
The system has performed historically badly in the Japanese market, while the Xbox One outsold the PS4 in the United States as recently as December, according to NPD.
Melissa Clark’s Dinner in an Instant (Clarkson Potter, $13.93) has sold 150,000 copies since its October release; the New York Times columnist estimates that her latest hit outsold her previous 39 cookbooks, combined.
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OUTSELL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outsell for English Language Learners
: to be sold more than (something)
: to sell more than (another person, store, etc.)
OUTSELL Defined for Kids
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