outclassed

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There was one at that time who outclassed them all, and in an evil day they met.

I had not even a knife, and had I possessed one I was outnumbered and outclassed.

The Tories have been out-generalled, outmanœuvred, and outclassed.

One gang, of brawny Cappadocians, outclassed any but the Emperor's own.

Before many years, it became apparent that Hussey was outclassed.

She was outclassed in weapons, weight and speed—in all save pilots.

We were hopelessly outnumbered and outclassed by the beavers.

It was, in any case, promptly evident to everybody that Aylmer was outclassed.

But he is outclassed, like all the rest of us, when it comes to a game of financial freeze-out.

There were five lawyers in our company, but Ed outclassed them all.