Definition of Outnumbered

1. Verb. (past of outnumber) ¹



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Definition of Outnumbered

1. outnumber [v] - See also: outnumber

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outnumbered

outnamed
outnames
outnaming
outnesses
outnice
outnight
outnights
outnim
outnoise
outnoised
outnoises
outnoising
outnome
outnumber
outnumbered (current term)
outnumbering
outnumbers
outoffice
outoffices
outorganize
outorganized
outorganizes
outorganizing
outpace
outpaced
outpaces
outpacing
outpaint
outpainted

Literary usage of Outnumbered

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1. Dictionary of Battles from the Earliest Date to the Present Time by Thomas Benfield Harbottle (1904)
"The British were greatly outnumbered, and were defeated and forced to retreat. Busaco (Peninsular War). Fought by Wellington, September 29, 1810, ..."

2. The Invasion of the Crimea: Its Origin and an Account of Its Progress Down by Alexander William Kinglake (1887)
"outnumbered by tens of thousands.—Including their field-army outside (which could freely either enter or quit the fortress at the will of the commander), ..."

3. Uncas and Miantonomoh: A Historical Discourse, Delivered at Norwich, (Conn by William Leete Stone (1842)
"In Windsor, for example, forty years after the settlement by the whites, the Indians outnumbered them as nineteen to one. They were divided into small clans ..."

4. The Standard Dictionary of Facts: History, Language, Literature, Biography edited by Henry Woldmar Ruoff (1909)
"In September a treasonable plot September llth, he was outnumbered and com- schemed by Arnold was discovered. The prin- pelled to retreat with a loss of ..."

5. History of Opinions on the Scriptural Doctrine of Retribution by Edward Beecher (1878)
"THE CHURCH outnumbered. It is of more importance to do this, inasmuch as statements are often made of the Church, collectively, that will fall asunder at ..."

6. Europe Viewed Through American Spectacles by Charles Carroll Fulton (1874)
"The standing spectators paid nothing, and these always outnumbered those occupying the chairs. Under the groves were toy- and gingerbread-stalls, ..."

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