Definition of Outfoots

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



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Definition of Outfoots

1. outfoot [v] - See also: outfoot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outfoots

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

Literary usage of Outfoots

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1. The Listener in the Town by Joseph Edgar Chamberlin (1896)
"He outfoots the winner so long as he holds himself down to a steady pace; but as often as he is even with the bay horse and on the ..."

2. The Legend of St. Olaf's Kirk by George Washington Wright Houghton (1881)
"Thine eloquence outfoots thy logic, sire, For to begin with, — Axel still is quick ! " " I fain would cheer thee, Valborg, if I might; I feel with thee, ..."

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