Definition of Outdraws

1. Verb. (third-person singular of outdraw) ¹



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Definition of Outdraws

1. outdraw [v] - See also: outdraw

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outdraws

outdoorsiest
outdoorsman
outdoorsmanship
outdoorsmen
outdoorswoman
outdoorswomen
outdoorsy
outdrag
outdragged
outdragging
outdrags
outdrank
outdraw
outdrawing
outdrawn
outdraws (current term)
outdream
outdreamed
outdreaming
outdreams
outdreamt
outdress
outdressed
outdresses
outdressing
outdrew
outdrink
outdrinking
outdrinks

Literary usage of Outdraws

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1. The Rank of Charles Osborn as an Anti-slavery Pioneer by George Washington Julian (1891)
"The ox easily outdraws him. The horse—even when bitted and reined—dashes away with him and his carriage. The smallest of nature's forces round about tosses ..."

2. The Laws and Courts of the Northwest and Indiana Territories by Daniel Wait Howe (1895)
"The ox easily outdraws him. The horse—even when bitted and reined—dashes away with him and his carriage. The smallest of nature's forces round about tosses ..."

3. The Christian Democracy: A History of Its Suppression and Revival by John McDowell Leavitt (1896)
"The positive pole outdraws the negative. Witness Newman and Manning and, with them, a lay and clerical multitude! But how with dissent? ..."

4. Writings and Addresses of Austin Craig by Austin Craig (1913)
"... Gospel of the love and grace of God in Christ, touches the human spirit most deeply, and outdraws all others of the good influences known to history. ..."

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