Definition of Outboxed

1. Verb. (present participle of outbox) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Outboxed

1. outbox [v] - See also: outbox

Lexicographical Neighbors of Outboxed

outboasting
outboasts
outborn
outbought
outbound
outbow
outbowed
outbowing
outbowl
outbowled
outbowling
outbowls
outbows
outbox
outboxed (current term)
outboxes
outboxing
outbrag
outbragged
outbragging
outbrags
outbrave
outbraved
outbraves
outbraving
outbrawl
outbrawled
outbrawling
outbrawls

Literary usage of Outboxed

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Fighting Man by William A. Brady (1916)
"In this match Jeffries really outboxed the "Pompadour" and won in ten rounds. Tired of the ring, Jeffries announced his retirement and settled in Los ..."

2. Pausanias' Description of Greece by Pausanias (1886)
"Other gods are said to have been victorious, as Apollo who outran Hermes, who challenged him to the contest, and outboxed Ares. And this is the reason they ..."

3. Muhammad Ali & Company by Thomas Hauser (1998)
"He outboxed Briggs. He out- punched Briggs. He landed 284 punches to Briggs's 223, and his were the harder blows. Those looking for a clue as to the scoring ..."

4. The Roosevelt that I Know: Ten Years of Boxing with the President--and Other by Michael Joseph Donovan (1909)
"He weighed over two hundred and thirty pounds when he beat Corbett the second time, and more wonderful yet, outboxed him. Of all the fighters of recent ..."

5. Kings of the Queensberry Realm by W. W. Naughton (1902)
"... the Mission tanner, outboxed Mike Conley, the Ithaca giant, and Frank Glover of Chicago. Among other sterling performers of those years who boxed for ..."

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