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Unless we can suppress transmission to almost zero, the virus will keep outsmarting us.

We can outsmart the brain’s fear response and find moments that sparkle with promise.

Numerous prior studies show humans enjoy outsmarting each other because it’s challenging—think hackers who try to crack a computer system for the love of the puzzle, not any material gain.

Silicon Valley has outsmarted Hollywood, and deserves some credit for how it has played the game.

In Season 1, Frank basically outmaneuvered and outsmarted everyone.

The crew outsmarted the pirates, who were all between 17 and 19 years of age.

Yes, the GOP was outsmarted, out-teched and out-campaigned in 2012.

Today, it appears to be one of the first times SEC officials were outsmarted by Madoff.

He hadn't outsmarted the Germans as much as he had believed.

"Yes, we'd have missed all of the show if Allison hadn't outsmarted that Gestapo officer," Stan agreed.

But being Perfidion, he had wanted Mallory to know how completely he was being outsmarted.

Philip thought he had outsmarted the ruler, but he was wrong.


On this page you'll find 92 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outsmarted, such as: baffle, bamboozle, beat, bewilder, cap, and cheat.

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