outwalk

verb out·walk \ ˌau̇t-ˈwȯk \

Definition of outwalk

transitive verb
1 :to outdo in walking :to walk faster or farther than
  • He was a good swimmer, runner, skater, boatman, and would probably outwalk most countrymen in a day's journey.
  • —Ralph Waldo Emerson
2 :to walk past or beyond
  • I have outwalked the furthest city light.
  • —Robert Frost

First Known Use of outwalk

1625


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