Definition of Outranging

1. Verb. (present participle of outrange) ¹



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Definition of Outranging

1. outrange [v] - See also: outrange

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outranging

outrageousnesses
outrageousty
outrages
outraging
outraise
outraised
outraises
outraising
outran
outrance
outrances
outrang
outrange
outranged
outranges
outranging (current term)
outrank
outranked
outranking
outranks
outrate
outrated
outrates
outrating
outrave
outraved
outraves
outraving
outray
outrayed

Literary usage of Outranging

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1. Proceedings by Royal Colonial Institute (Great Britain) (1905)
"And, as one well-informed correspondent observes, " Imperial problems outranging the scope of any one particular Government office are not confined to the ..."

2. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"19, a fierce bombardment of the Serbian front, outranging the Serbian best artillery by several miles. This was a signal for Bulgaria to stab Serbia in the ..."

3. The Elements of the Great War by Hilaire Belloc (1916)
"The German heavy artillery, under such circumstances of an almost unchanging line, was for once efficacious in the field, outranging, of course, ..."

4. The English-speaking Peoples: Their Future Relations and Joint International by George Louis Beer (1917)
"... they saw three great political aggregates — the American, the British, and the Russian 4 — outranging in cultural influence and in potential strength ..."

5. Studies in the Theory of Human Society by Franklin Henry Giddings (1922)
"Loosely we speak of a dominant factor (outranging guns, overwhelming numbers), or of a last contributed factor (the lighted match applied to the fuel), ..."

6. The Battle of the Somme by John D Buchan (1917)
"At one moment, when the enemy's bombs were outranging ours, he leaped from the trench, ran forward under close-range machine-gun fire, and bombed the ..."

7. The new heavens by George Ellery Hale (1922)
"But by judicious use of the transcendental temperatures, far outranging those of his furnaces, and extreme conditions, ..."

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