outdo[ out-doo ]SEE DEFINITION OF outdo
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTDO
The King of course could not allow one of his subjects to outdo him in such a matter.
It is my delight to see these girls develop and outdo their elders.
She had to put the screw on herself to outdo him in frugality.
For an entire week, indeed, the weather had seemed to be trying to outdo itself.
But that does not prevent me from trying to outdo her attraction for you.
Sallustius seems likely to outdo everybody in his attentions.
It is the perpetration of an evil the devil himself cannot outdo.
I tell you, Jemmy, that he'd outdo either you or me as a meal man.
He urged me to accept more, but I did not wish to outdo Providence.
"To think of the boys planning to outdo us in glory," Cleo reflected.