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: to outdo or surpass in throwing : to throw harder, faster, or longer than
He proceeded to outthrow us, outrun us and outcatch us, and by the time he departed, we wanted to be Jackie Robinson, too.— Courtland Milloy
1663, in the meaning defined above
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