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Without a consistent identifier for iOS supply, and until the point Google officially moves into a similar regimen, marketers are actually more likely to keep the status quo and temporarily outclass the importance of iOS for their media plans.

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They took on another top-three team and thoroughly outclassed them.

As the Russian defense minister noted, the big powers all have to either develop hypersonic weapons or risk becoming outclassed.

Some disadvantages are actually advantages; underdogs that “win” are never as outclassed as they initially seem.

In courteous snubbing she outclassed the highest and most conservative to them.

And so in a match of wit rivals outclassed go unnoticed, and there is always an effort to go the adversary one better.

Napoleon had gotten together another navy, and having combined with Spain they had a fleet that outclassed that of England.

It was the first time they had been pitted against a really big team, and they had clearly outclassed them.

Speed was the great factor to be considered, and surely Lucretia outclassed the other in that way.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outclassed, such as: beat, outperform, excel, eclipse, outrun, and outshine.

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