He could also outjump any of us—when he would take the trouble to try.
Like Lincoln, he could outwrestle, outthrow, and outjump any of his mates.
They played with the dusky youths, and were not sorry to find plenty no older than they who could outrun and outjump them.
She could outrun half the boys who had been her slaves and playfellows in childhood, and outjump three-fourths of them.
Now, my reader, excuse me if I was proud of my horse for there was not one in the regiment that could outrun or outjump mine.
I can outrun, outjump, or outlift you; and yet you take as much care of me as though I was badly wounded.'
Anyways, I've got my opinion, and I'll resk forty dollars that he can outjump any frog in Calaveras county.'