Mr. Cornell may yet be the agency whereby we succeed in winning out.
But we can't depend on winning out in the last of the ninth.
By winning out, the world learns; by failure, the world is no less wise.
"The boy had one chanct in a hundred o' winning out," was what he said.
With water and marl, the means were at hand for fighting it and winning out.
You're winning out; and even if you are not, I'll marry you, anyway, and make you win!
I've won the right to it; I'm winning out, Duane—winning back myself.
If perseverance and whole-hearted desire meant anything in winning out, Hester meant to be on the second team.
And he was winning out—the first vertebrate I have ever known to withstand the army ants.
The majority of people look on the probability of their winning out in the life game in any distinctive way as highly improbable.