Definition of Outpace

1. Verb. Surpass in speed. "Malthus believed that population increase would outpace increases in the means of subsistence"




Definition of Outpace

1. v. t. To outgo; to move faster than; to leave behind.

Definition of Outpace

1. Verb. To go faster than someone else; to exceed the pace of. ¹

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Definition of Outpace

1. to surpass in speed [v -PACED, -PACING, -PACES] - See also: speed

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outpace

outnoise
outnoised
outnoises
outnoising
outnome
outnumber
outnumbered
outnumbering
outnumbers
outoffice
outoffices
outorganize
outorganized
outorganizes
outorganizing
outpace (current term)
outpaced
outpaces
outpacing
outpaint
outpainted
outpainting
outpaints
outparamoured
outparish
outparishes
outpart
outparts

Literary usage of Outpace

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1. Encouraging Adoption: Hearing Before the Committee on Ways and Means, U.S edited by E. Clay Shaw (1997)
"So in the last 5 years, for the first time that I have been in charge of this program, we have been able to outpace—the placements outpace the new children ..."

2. Asia-Pacific Airline Industry: Economic Boom and Political Conflict by Sumner J La Croix (1996)
"American carriers need access to gateways in Asia and Europe, where growth in air travel is projected to outpace that in North America The second outdated ..."

3. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"Out and part. Part remote from the centre or main body. outpace', ». a. Out and pace. To outgo; to leave behind. Could not outpace thee ; or the horse ..."

4. Quo Vaditis?: A Call to the Old Moralities by Bouck White (1903)
"To-day discoveries lag on every hand because man fears to outpace the mind of GOD. outpace GOD ! Does not history show that it has ever been man who was the ..."

5. Oecd Economic Surveys by Oecd (2003)
"Growth will be lower than in the 1990s but outpace the EU average Summing up, growth in demand for financial services in coming years is likely to fall ..."

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