Definition of Outcounted

1. outcount [v] - See also: outcount



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outcounted

outcomes
outcoming
outcompete
outcompeted
outcompetes
outcompeting
outcook
outcooked
outcooking
outcooks
outcount
outcounted (current term)
outcounting
outcounts
outcouple
outcoupled
outcouples
outcoupling
outcourt
outcourts
outcrack
outcrafty
outcrawl
outcrawled
outcrawling
outcrawls

Literary usage of Outcounted

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Favorite Flies and Their Histories by Mary Orvis Marbury (1892)
"I outcounted Tom, taking six trout to his two ; he, however, had his revenge, for, plunging into the stream among the rocks, he made for the most inviting ..."

2. Favorite Flies and Their Histories by Mary Orvis Marbury (1892)
"I outcounted Tom, taking six trout to his two; he, however, had his revenge, for, plunging into the stream among the rocks, he made for the most inviting ..."

3. The Stones of Paris in History and Letters by Benjamin Ellis Martin, Charlotte M. Martin (1906)
"The other one-eighth was Madame Recamier, and she outcounted all the rest of the world in stirring such heart as he had. " You have transformed my nature," ..."

4. Abraham Lincoln and the Men of His Time: His Cause, His Character, and True by Robert Henry Browne (1907)
"... that the free State people had given up all thought of voting at elections where they were regularly outvoted or outcounted by non-resident invaders. ..."

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