outmaneuver[ out-muh-noo-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF outmaneuver
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTMANEUVER
No—they must hang onto the girl's ship and outmaneuver the others.
His only real chance now was to outrun or outmaneuver the marauders.
They tried to outmaneuver him; he stepped back to his former spot, catching his breath and digging frantically for his knife.
In any game from stud-poker to marketing mining stock Mr. Wingfield can outwit, outmaneuver and outgeneral a hundred like "Larry."
They have that death ray, but it's not quite as deadly as we might have feared, solely because our ships could outmaneuver them.
Instead he attempted to outmaneuver him by springing first to right, then to left, to at last completely circle him.