Definition of Outmarches

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



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Definition of Outmarches

1. outmarch [v] - See also: outmarch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outmarches

outmanoeuvre
outmanoeuvred
outmanoeuvres
outmanoeuvring
outmans
outmantle
outmantled
outmantles
outmantling
outmanœuver
outmanœuvered
outmanœuvering
outmanœuvers
outmarch
outmarched
outmarches (current term)
outmarching
outmaster
outmastered
outmastering
outmasters
outmatch
outmatched
outmatches
outmatching
outmeasure
outmigrant
outmigrants
outmigration
outmigrations

Literary usage of Outmarches

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1. History of the Civil War in America by Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans Paris (1888)
"Taylor outmarches Ii n.— > eneral attack by the Southerners.—They are checked on the left; death of Mouton.—Their success on the right. ..."

2. History of the Great Rebellion, from Its Commencement to Its Close, Giving by Thomas Prentice Kettell (1865)
"... which outmarches the others so as to lose their support, will be crushed by a vigilant enemy. The whole line will then be broken. laws, \rns required to ..."

3. The History of Edward the Third (1327-1377) by James Mackinnon (1900)
"The Black Prince marches northwards towards the Loire— Unable to cross, he turns southwards — King John outmarches him and blocks his path—Skirmish at La ..."

4. Cæsar: A History of the Art of War Among the Romans Down to the End of the by Theodore Ayrault Dodge (1892)
"... not disheartened by defeat, 541 ; punishes cowards, 542 ; men anxious for battle, 542 ; starts for Apol Ionia, 542 ; outmarches Pompey, 543 ; his plans, ..."

5. The British Mission to Uganda in 1893 by Gerald Herbert Portal (1894)
"As eight days had been lost in a compulsory halt at Kikuyu, and two other days at different times were spent in complete rest, outmarches had thus averaged ..."

6. Demosthenes by Demosthenes (1859)
"Mr. sent position of the city, and of the past Grote would perhaps translate the words deeds of your forefathers." ' by hasty outmarches. ..."

7. A New Student's Atlas of English Historyby Emil Reich by Emil Reich (1903)
"... where he outmarches and defeats Margaret, and her son is killed. Henry VI. dies. 1483.—Edward IV. dies. Edward V. dies in the Tower ; Richard made King. ..."

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