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Definition of Outgain
1. to gain more than [v -ED, -ING, -S]
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Literary usage of Outgain
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1. A Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: Supplement by John Jamieson (1825)
"291- outgain, s. The entertainment given to a bride in her father's or master's ... Removing; used in the same sense with outgain, which is the proper form. ..."
2. Pork-production by William Wesley Smith, Robert Alexander Craig (1920)
"The principal reason why pigs fed a balanced ration always outgain those given an unbalanced one like corn alone, is because it is eaten with greater relish ..."
3. Feeds and Feeding Abridged by William Arnon Henry, Frank Barron Morrison (1915)
"... importance in determining gain in the feed lot; the calm, quiet animal which eats and then lies down is almost sure to outgain the restless, active one. ..."
4. Chance and Luck: A Discussion of the Laws of Luck, Coincidences, Wagers ...by Richard Anthony Proctor by Richard Anthony Proctor (1889)
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