Definition of Outplanned

1. outplan [v] - See also: outplan



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outplanned

outpitch
outpitched
outpitches
outpitching
outpitied
outpities
outpity
outpitying
outplace
outplaced
outplacement
outplacements
outplaces
outplacing
outplan
outplanned (current term)
outplanning
outplans
outplant
outplants
outplay
outplayed
outplaying
outplays
outplod
outplodded
outplodding
outplods
outplot
outplots

Literary usage of Outplanned

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1. Threat To U.s. Trade And Finance From Drug Trafficking And International edited by Charles E. Grassley (1999)
"According to the Los Angeles Times, the drug smugglers "have outmanned, outgunned, outplanned the US Border Patrol, Customs Service, and the DEA at ..."

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