Definition of Outfoot

1. v. t. To outrun or outwalk; hence, of a vessel, to outsail.



Definition of Outfoot

1. Verb. (transitive) To run or travel faster than ¹

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Definition of Outfoot

1. to surpass in speed [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: speed

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outfoot

outflowing
outflown
outflows
outflung
outflush
outflux
outfluxed
outfluxes
outfluxing
outfly
outflying
outfool
outfooled
outfooling
outfools
outfoot (current term)
outfooted
outfooting
outfoots
outform
outformation
outfought
outfound
outfox
outfoxed
outfoxer
outfoxes
outfoxing
outframe
outfrown

Literary usage of Outfoot

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1. The Greek Bucolic Poets by Theocritus, John Maxwell Edmonds (1912)
"\Daphnis' reply is lost] MEN ALCAS I would not Pelops' tilth untold Nor all Croesus' coffered gold, Nor yet t' outfoot the storm-wind's breath, ..."

2. American Painting and Its Tradition: As Represented by Inness, Wyant, Martin by John Charles Van Dyke (1919)
"... Boldini could outfoot him on his own ground, but that did not matter. He could still cheer for them. It was during 1902 that Chase conceived the ..."

3. Forty-five Years Under the Flag by Winfield Scott Schley (1904)
"The former took a position in the lead to the westward, on the Brooklyn's starboard bow, appearing for a while to outfoot the Brooklyn and Oregon; ..."

4. Plantation Pageants by Joel Chandler Harris (1899)
"And something tells me that if you were in your prime, this hound would outfoot you. I know what I know." " And I know what I can do, Son of Ben Ali; ..."

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