Definition of Outdrew

1. Verb. (simple past of outdraw) ¹



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Definition of Outdrew

1. outdraw [v] - See also: outdraw

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outdrew

outdrags
outdrank
outdraw
outdrawing
outdrawn
outdraws
outdream
outdreamed
outdreaming
outdreams
outdreamt
outdress
outdressed
outdresses
outdressing
outdrew (current term)
outdrink
outdrinking
outdrinks
outdrive
outdriven
outdrives
outdriving
outdrop
outdropped
outdropping
outdrops
outdrove
outdrunk
outduel

Literary usage of Outdrew

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1. The Marshall Plan Summer: An Eyewitness Report on Europe and the Russians in by Thomas Andrew Bailey (1977)
"In the tradition of Wyatt Earp, he outdrew the Russians, killing one and wounding the other. The Soviets protested bitterly, but Clark held his ground. ..."

2. Popular epics of the Middle Ages of the Norse-German and Carlovingian cycles by John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow (1865)
"It was the hero Hogen, who quick outdrew his sword; it was the hapless mer-dame, whose head he cut off. The bloody head he seized, he threw it out into the ..."

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