Definition of Outprice

1. to surpass in pricing [v -PRICED, -PRICING, -PRICES] - See also: pricing



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outprice

outprayed
outpraying
outprays
outpreach
outpreached
outpreaches
outpreaching
outpreen
outpreened
outpreening
outpreens
outpress
outpressed
outpresses
outpressing
outprice (current term)
outpriced
outprices
outpricing
outprize
outprized
outprizes
outprizing
outproduce
outproduced
outproduces
outproducing
outpromise
outpromised
outpromises

Literary usage of Outprice

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1. Essays, Historical and Biographical, Political, Social, Literary, and Scientific by Hugh Miller (1865)
"... valuable than silver, or the elaborate strip of gossamer-like tissue in which the original vegetable fibre had been made to outprice its weight in gold, ..."

2. Tariff Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of by United States Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means (1909)
"Why could you not, with the reduced duty, outprice them? Mr. LEVETT. Yes, sir. Mr. LEVETT. The chances are we could. Mr. GRIGGS. I am glad to hear that. ..."

3. Tariff Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of by United States Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means (1908)
"Why could you not, with the reduced duty, outprice them? Mr. LEVETT. The chances are we could. Mr. LEVETT. There is this, however, about the hose we make, ..."

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