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We'll be told we can win out in the second, and all that rot.

Stover at YaleOwen Johnson

If I win out in the thing I have taken on my shoulders, it is going to be by a close margin.

Yet she'll win out all right—a hundred to one she'll win out.

Did Jones think he could win out where McKelvie had been unsuccessful?

I'm doing it just because I want to see her win out in the race, that's all.

Thankful's InheritanceJoseph C. Lincoln

"Do you know, I believe she may win out," observed Mr. Howe.

Mary-'GustaJoseph C. Lincoln

I reckon experienced match-makers would tell me that that isn't the way for me to talk if I'm going to win out.

Doctor Lanning, the only one of the young people that had ever done anything himself, was inclined to think Glover might win out.

The Daughter of a MagnateFrank H. Spearman

The drummer eyed me as he might a wonderful character, felt of my head, and said I'd win out.

On a Donkey's Hurricane DeckR. Pitcher Woodward

To Win out, to escape; as, from a field of battle, &c.Wallace.

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