Definition of Outgained

1. Verb. (past of outgain) ¹



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Definition of Outgained

1. outgain [v] - See also: outgain

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outgained

outfoxed
outfoxer
outfoxes
outfoxing
outframe
outfrown
outfrowned
outfrowning
outfrowns
outfumble
outfumbled
outfumbles
outfumbling
outgain
outgained
outgaining
outgains
outgallop
outgalloped
outgalloping
outgallops
outgamble
outgambled
outgambles
outgambling
outgang
outgangs
outgas
outgases

Literary usage of Outgained

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1. Forestry Kaimin by University of Montana (Missoula). School of Forestry. Forestry Club (1903)
"Group III stood second, averaging 86.09 pounds, showing that they had outgained Group IV. Group IV averaged 85.73 pounds while the heavy silage-fed lambs, ..."

2. Special Report on the History and Present Condition of the Sheep Industry of by United States Bureau of Animal Industry, D. E. Salmon, Ezra Ayers Carman, Hubert A. Heath, John Minto (1892)
"The latest which has been given out comes from Madison, Wis., and there the lambs outgained pigs in growth and economy of food, « hieh is a wonderful fact, ..."

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