"Ah, reason and calculation are often outdone by accident," returned the scout.
Not to be outdone, the stayers in Cairo had had the "time of their lives."
This was too much for the warriors, who had been outdone by a girl.
The little citizen, not to be outdone, declared her to be a celestial witness.
Eleanore always dressed so well, but to-night she had outdone herself.
There was nothing, so the story runs, that could ever shame him more than to be outdone in courtesy.
She feels all the devotion that is offered her, and she will not be outdone in generosity.
On the evening of his arrival at Lame Gulch, Mr. Fetherbee had outdone himself.
But the menace they sought to escape was real, and not to be outdone in speed.
Conception was outdone, and there is no power in language to describe it.