Definition of Outbargained

1. outbargain [v] - See also: outbargain



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outbargained

outback
outback(a)
outbacker
outbackers
outbacks
outbake
outbaked
outbakes
outbaking
outbalance
outbalanced
outbalances
outbalancing
outbar
outbargain
outbargained (current term)
outbargaining
outbargains
outbark
outbarked
outbarking
outbarks
outbarred
outbarring
outbars
outbase
outbases
outbattle
outbattled
outbattles

Literary usage of Outbargained

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1. Readings in Industrial Society: A Study in the Structure and Functioning of by Leon Carroll Marshall (1918)
"... are reduced and the gains increased, the business man will find himself in the possession of a surplus without having robbed or outbargained anyone. ..."

2. Principles of Rural Economics by Thomas Nixon Carver (1911)
"... losses are reduced and the gains increased, the farmer will find himself in the possession of a surplus without having robbed or outbargained any one. ..."

3. Regulation of Railroads and Public Utilities in Wisconsin by Fred. L. Holmes (1915)
"The municipalities have, in fact, been so afraid they would be outbargained that they have as a rale fairly overreached themselves; and now, after a lapse ..."

4. Regulation of Railroads and Public Utilities in Wisconsin by Fred L. Holmes (1915)
"The municipalities have, in fact, been so afraid they would be outbargained that they have as a rule fairly overreached themselves; and now, after a lapse ..."

5. Saint Tammany and the Origin of the Society of Tammany: Or Columbian Order by Edwin P. Kilroe (1913)
"It discloses merely a series of business transactions, in each of which the Chief was outwitted and outbargained by the business tact and shrewdness of his ..."

6. Through Unexplored Asia by William Jameson Reid (1899)
"... but a most conscienceless lot they were, for in the end we discovered that we had been completely outbargained if not deliberately robbed. ..."

7. Black-Robes, Or, Sketches of Missions and Ministers in the Wilderness and on by Robert Peebles Nevin (1872)
"... with whom they dealt were disposed to believe that they had not been outbargained in the furs and skins received in exchange. While tarrying at port, ..."

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