win out


: to achieve victory or success after dealing with many difficulties
It was a challenge, but we won out in the end.

Examples of win out in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Read More: The Man Who Wants to Fix Britain In a contest between change and continuity, most everyone—from political analysts to pollsters and even most voters—expect that change will win out. Yasmeen Serhan, TIME, 23 May 2024 Despite the cooling effects of El Niño, the raw heat in the Atlantic appeared to win out, leading to another high storm year. Alex Harris, Miami Herald, 23 May 2024 Sanders is banking on a familiar formula, one proven during his successful tenure at Jackson State: Enough Jimmies and Joes (talent) will win out, eventually, over Xs and Os (scheme). Sean Keeler, The Denver Post, 12 May 2024 But mathematicians are still undecided on whether order or disorder will win out. Quanta Magazine, 30 Apr. 2024 But if the Warriors win out and the Kings lose one of their last two games against either the Phoenix Suns (47-33) or the Trail Blazers, the Warriors would secure the No. 8 seed. Jason Mastrodonato, The Mercury News, 12 Apr. 2024 The colder air does start to win out overnight with lows dropping into the 30s. David Streit, Washington Post, 14 Mar. 2024 Tech giants are betting big on Figure to win out in a brewing humanoid robot race Figure hopes the support from OpenAI, in addition to its massive new wave of funding, could speed-up Figure’s timeline for making its product available commercially. Popular Science, 29 Feb. 2024 At Friday’s Trump event, Mace predicted that Haley won’t be able to win over enough Republican support to win out, despite her focus on November. Mary Ramsey, Charlotte Observer, 24 Feb. 2024

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“Win out.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 21 Jun. 2024.

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