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Here was a woman's revenge, to bait, to charm, to spurn; and then to outwit him!
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
Peachum then intends to outwit me in this Affair; but Ill be even with him.
Something must be done, and quickly, Tharn realized, were he to outwit those whose feet were even now pounding on the stairs.
WARRIOR OF THE DAWNHOWARD CARLETON BROWNE
The Princess saw that her only hope was to outwit the fox, and she immediately thought of a plan to gain her end.
I think they are going to attempt to take us by surprise, but by the aid of the Prophet we will outwit them.
But now it recognizes opposition, an effort to outwit it due to your switching the pattern of imitation.
THE 4-D DOODLERGRAPH WALDEYER
At last the two animals held a council together to decide what to do, whether to emigrate or to attempt to outwit their enemy.
JAPANESE FAIRY WORLDWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
The motor-car was another immense enlargement of liberty—and license; it was so easy to outstrip pursuit and outwit espionage.
Here was a fine place to conceal the trap and I said, "Old fellow, here I will surely outwit you."
FIFTY YEARS A HUNTER AND TRAPPERELDRED NATHANIEL WOODCOCK
And it proved to be an equally undisputable fact that when Ted Lumsden managed to outwit her he became the hero of the hour.

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