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By dint of imposture, he outwits them; yet, in consequence of his miracles and illusions, he at length discovers himself.
LETTERS TO EUGENIAPAUL HENRI THIRY HOLBACH
Nothing it can do to us, nothing that can happen to it, outwits us—at least more than a few hundred years at a time.
THE VOICE OF THE MACHINESGERALD STANLEY LEE
The expedient by which Ulysses outwits Polyphemus in the Odyssey by calling himself ουτις is clearly of the same order.
Proverbially such acts belong to a policy that outwits itself.
SIR WILLIAM WALLACEA. F. MURISON
The examples in which the husband, on the other hand, outwits the wife are few.
In the game of diplomacy he outwits his opponents at every stage.
He outwits and overreaches his foes with surpassing cunning.
He easily outwits here men around him; most are politicians as he; but he never can outwit the statesmen of Europe.
And the former outwits the latter, who show themselves children in comparison with him.
He outwits the most carefully trained setters, and only the old dogs after years of experience can take him unawares.

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