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outclass

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v outclass cause to appear in a lower class "The Yankees outclassed Cincinnati"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • outclass To surpass (another, especially a competitor or rival), so as to belong to a higher class.
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Usage

In literature:

And so in a match of wit rivals outclassed go unnoticed, and there is always an effort to go the adversary one better.
"Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Vol. 13" by Elbert Hubbard
As far as physique was concerned the Dons were completely outclassed.
"Sea-Dogs All!" by Tom Bevan
They outclassed the English gunners in artillery practice, and showed themselves to be veterans as marines or soldiers.
"The Battle of New Orleans" by Zachary F. Smith
You're outclassed, Doughnuts, beyond the chance of argument.
"The Radio Boys Trailing a Voice" by Allen Chapman
He was outclassed and outmanned and like to be even dispossessed by a most powerful and determined enemy.
"Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln" by Charles L. Marson
Man to man, Oxenford, though by no means a weakling, was yet outclassed in every particular of height, weight, and reach.
"The Doomsman" by Van Tassel Sutphen
From the outset, however, "J" Company was hopelessly outclassed, and wishing to be generous to a failing foe, we ceased our wild cheering.
"Life in a Tank" by Richard Haigh
He outclasses these other horses.
"Old Man Curry" by Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
We certainly yield with good grace to one who so far outclasses us that competition with him is unthinkable.
"Psychology" by Robert S. Woodworth
I was utterly outclassed and beaten.
"My Lady of the Chimney Corner" by Alexander Irvine
It was a truly run race and His Eminence outclassed his field.
"History of the Kentucky Derby, 1875-1921" by John Lawrence O'Connor
Before many years, it became apparent that Hussey was outclassed.
"The Romance of the Reaper" by Herbert Newton Casson
But Jack was determined not to be outclassed as a rider.
"The Ranch Girls at Rainbow Lodge" by Margaret Vandercook
Evelin seems to be a trifle outclassed just at present.
"The Mystery of Evelin Delorme" by Albert Bigelow Paine
We were hopelessly outnumbered and outclassed by the beavers.
"The Chief Engineer" by Henry Abbott
There were five lawyers in our company, but Ed outclassed them all.
"The History of Company A, Second Illinois Cavalry" by Samuel H. Fletcher
That is where American axes outclass our British axes entirely.
"The Mysterious Three" by William Le Queux
The old types of Brahmins are outclassed.
"The Personality of American Cities" by Edward Hungerford
We won't see our little freshman outclassed by such underhand methods.
"Jane Allen: Center" by Edith Bancroft
The enemy is now completely outclassed in artillery.
"The Secrets of a Kuttite" by Edward O. Mousley
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In poetry:

The days of patriots have passed,
Their principles are dead,
The heeler has the sage outclassed
And sports a price per head.
"Hiland-Buckingham" by Samuel Alfred Beadle
And if, as chance may have it, some bitter day they lie
Outclassed, out-gunned, out-numbered, with naught to do but die,
When the last gun's out of action, good-bye to ship and crew —
But men die hard in Small Craft, as they will always do!
"Small Craft" by Cicely Fox Smith

In news:

Even some of the sub-$200 pocket camcorders have features that outclass those on the Everio GZ-E200, such as a larger sensor, higher still-shot resolution, and longer battery life.
Corn outclasses Senor with an Ernest Hemingway quote.
How many people in Dallas know that our downtown farmers market is outclassed and out-performed by the farmers market in Detroit.
Obama Outclassed by GOP Nonentity .
Minnesota Gophers outclassed by Duke, 89-71 (w/ video).
Minnesota Gophers outclassed by Duke, 89-71.
Obama Outclassed by GOP Nonentity.
Outclassed England can have no gripes.
Sharapova completely outclassed in Aussie finale.
Washington is outclassed by short-handed Buffalo to extend slump.
UMBC Women's Basketball Outclassed By Conference Foe Hartford.
Replacement Yankees Outclassed by Dodgers.
Dodgers simply outclassed by Phillies.
Nikki Haley outclasses Mark Sanford in hypocrisy.
Antonio DeMarco put up a gallant effort against Adrien Broner but was simply outgunned and outclassed in their lightweight title fight on Saturday night at Boardwalk Hall.
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In science:

Reliable details of his life are outclassed by fascinating stories.
Juggling probabilities
Indeed, in the few years during which his activity has been carried out, until now, he has been able to outclass the attention of scholars from all over the world, who recognized, in his works, the stamp of one of the greatest mind of our times and the promise of further conquests.
Ettore Majorana and his heritage seventy years later
This data set outclasses the previous scans [4, 5] by a factor > 30 in the luminosity and ∼ 4 in the size of the energy steps.
Charmed Exotics
The power properties of the L2 -test outclass the properties of the KS-test for all four non-associative models under investigation, such that the former test seems to be generally preferable.
A test for Archimedeanity in bivariate copula models
Such arguments remain valid in principle and certainly indicate that matter wave interferometry has potential to outclass optical interferometry . However, that is not to say that we endorse all such claims in the context of ring interferometry .
On the Potential of Large Ring Lasers
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