Definition of Outrunning

1. Verb. (present participle of outrun) ¹



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Definition of Outrunning

1. outrun [v] - See also: outrun

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outrunning

outroots
outrope
outroper
outropers
outropes
outros
outrove
outrow
outrowed
outrowing
outrows
outrun
outrung
outrunner
outrunners
outrunning (current term)
outruns
outrush
outrushed
outrushes
outrushing
outs
outsaid
outsail
outsailed
outsailing
outsails
outsang
outsat
outsave

Literary usage of Outrunning

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1. History of Dakota Territory by George Washington Kingsbury, George Martin Smith (1915)
"... pistols loaded with a small load of powder, running races afoot and on pony back, sometimes a foot racer outrunning his pony-mounted competitor. ..."

2. Searchlights by George William Coleman (1909)
"Unutilized No minister, no matter what his talents or The Churches outrunning their Critics circumstances might be, could do the work of these laymen. ..."

3. Natural Selection and Spiritual Freedom by Joseph John Murphy (1893)
"But by far the most remarkable instance of faith outrunning its commission, and receiving Christ's approval, is that of the return of the Seventy.1 Late in ..."

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