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View definitions for outplay

outplay

verb as in outdistance

verb as in outflank

verb as in outfox

verb as in outperform

Strongest matches

Strong matches

verb as in outshine

verb as in upset

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Example Sentences

Even the recent news of an injury to Montreal goalie Carey Price isn’t as bad for the Habs as it sounds, since Price has been outplayed by backup Jake Allen all season anyway.

Even though the visitors were playing with a patchwork lineup, they still outplayed the Capitals in the game’s opening 20 minutes.

I think we’ve outplayed projections every year that I’ve been up here, and the plan is to outplay the projections again.

Embiid outplayed Anthony Davis on Wednesday to finish with 28 points, six rebounds and four assists in a signature win over the Lakers.

In their one NFL matchup thus far, in 2018, the Chiefs defeated the Browns, 37-21, as Mahomes outplayed Mayfield.

She went into the game fiercely resolving to outplay her team-mates if she could.

Youre up against a heady bunch of fellows and youve got to outwit them as well as outplay them if youre going to win.

Match yourself against the men who can outplay you, not against the men you already excel.

Angle had to endure many taunts at the failure of all his attempts to outplay Grettir.

He was supremely confident that he could outplay the German statesmen and military leaders.

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On this page you'll find 184 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outplay, such as: outrun, overcome, overtake, overwhelm, top, and triumph.

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

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