Examples of outsmart in a Sentence
The government must gather large amounts of information in order to outsmart its enemies.
an inexpensive security system that would likely be outsmarted by anyone with a serious interest in circumventing it
Recent Examples of outsmart from the Web
The poem is sort of sneakily trying to outsmart you.
In the Bible, this king eventually gets outsmarted by a Jewish orphan named Esther, her cousin Mordecai and a group of shrewd resisters.
This face-off eliminated the chance for the drama of a photo finish, but fans have to appreciate the genius behind outsmarting an opponent to take the checkered flag.
On his 48th birthday, Phil Mickelson might have outsmarted himself, Daniel Berger and Tony Finau came from 11 shots behind to share the third-round lead, and the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills turned slightly sideways and sinister.
But in this past week’s battle with Pusha T, the 6 God appears to have been outsmarted for the first time.
Obsitnik’s veteran political team outsmarted and outmaneuvered five other candidates on the convention floor who dropped out of the race after failing to capture enough delegate support.
It’s been six months since Abby Lee Miller, resident HBIC of Dance Moms, was sent to prison for trying to outsmart the FBI, IRS, and the postal service by falsely declaring bankruptcy.
Poirot’s investigations are thwarted at every turn by an enemy determined to outsmart him.
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OUTSMART Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outsmart for English Language Learners
: to defeat or trick (someone) by being more intelligent or clever
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