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In that regard, historians have hypothesized that the workmanship of some Germanic smiths perhaps even outclassed their Roman contemporaries – as suggested by archaeological evidence of smelting furnaces and funerary items.

Rationales for political violence often mask deeper fears, such as the fear of being outclassed, outnumbered, or humiliated by some “other.”

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It is a compelling vision of future warfare—one in which sufficiently advanced rifles allow infantry to automatically outclass enemies, the way sufficiently advanced jets and tanks allowed the same to happen decades prior.

Maryland gets outclassed by Alabama, sees its season end in the NCAA tournament’s second roundMaryland’s season ends in the Sweet 16 with a stunning loss to Texas

Is that any reason why they should outclass you in courage and in determination?

You can outclass me in the ring, but it wouldn't help you much to beat me up, would it?

And these are too subtle for the vernacular guests, and outclass the counterchits altogether.

We farmers sometimes discover a plan accidentally that will outclass anything we can get in an agricultural college.

It cannot corrode and will outlast and outclass any similar pencil on the market.


On this page you'll find 150 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outclass, such as: outdo, outpace, outperform, beat, best, and better.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.