Definition of Outdistanced

1. Verb. (past of outdistance) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Outdistanced

1. outdistance [v] - See also: outdistance

Lexicographical Neighbors of Outdistanced

outdegrees
outdeliver
outdelivered
outdelivering
outdelivers
outdent
outdented
outdenting
outdents
outdesign
outdesigned
outdesigning
outdesigns
outdid
outdistance
outdistanced (current term)
outdistances
outdistancing
outdo
outdodge
outdodged
outdodges
outdodging
outdoer
outdoers
outdoes
outdoing
outdone
outdoor
outdoor(a)

Literary usage of Outdistanced

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

1. History of Michigan by Charles Moore (1915)
"His was the start of thousands of boys, but though he started equal his attainments have been much above the ordinary, and he has long since outdistanced ..."

2. Report of the Industrial Commission on Transportation ...: Including by United States Industrial Commission, Balthasar Henry Meyer, Roswell Cheney McCrea (1901)
"... roads are far outdistanced, although 10 or 15 years ago all we hoped for was to come up to the English standard. PROPOSED BILL TO ENABLE THE INTERSTATE ..."

3. Transportation in Europe by Logan Grant McPherson (1910)
"So far as the production of cereals and of farm produce is concerned, we have long been outdistanced by the enterprise, the scientific methods and the soil ..."

4. A German-American's Confession of Faith by Kuno Francke (1915)
"I believe that there is; and I believe that this also is a part of that eager contest for ascendancy in which Germany has gradually outdistanced her ..."

5. From Appomattox to Germany: Pictures of the Great Events in a Wonderful Half by Percy Keese Fitzhugh (1919)
"With the water tumbling in foam before her mighty bow, with all her guns blazing, she dashed across the bow of the Iowa and had soon outdistanced all the ..."

6. The British Railway Position by George Paish (1902)
"In the boot and shoe trade we are now apparently outdistanced by the Americans and the French. Our chemical trade has had a most uncomfortable experience in ..."

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