Definition of Outplayed

1. Verb. (past of outplay) ¹



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Definition of Outplayed

1. outplay [v] - See also: outplay

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outplayed

outpity
outpitying
outplace
outplaced
outplacement
outplacements
outplaces
outplacing
outplan
outplanned
outplanning
outplans
outplant
outplants
outplay
outplayed (current term)
outplaying
outplays
outplod
outplodded
outplodding
outplods
outplot
outplots
outplotted
outplotting
outpoint
outpointed
outpointing
outpoints

Literary usage of Outplayed

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1. The Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopedia by John Mactaggart (1876)
"... which is, outplayed by those who stood and played also; then, if this happen, and the divide too at the same time, this person is said to be—back and ..."

2. The Wright & Ditson Officially Adopted Lawn Tennis Guide. edited by Joseph T Whittelsey, Irving C Wright (1901)
"In each of the first two sets the Eastern pair, though unaccustomed to each other, outplayed the Californians. Their ground strokes were faster ..."

3. Outing (1893)
"Princeton was outplayed in every particular, except interference. The weakest spot was at center. This is the first time on record that any college outside ..."

4. Typical Newspaper Stories by Harry Franklin Harrington (1915)
"... Harry Payne Whitney, leader in polo; and James Thorpe, victor in athletics. Ouimet, a tall, slender youth, just past his teens, outplayed and ..."

5. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1901)
"Utterly outplayed at Adelaide, where the heat prevented our men from sleeping, ... Our men being outplayed at all points, we lost four of the five Test ..."

6. The Book of Athletics by Paul Withington (1914)
"Remember that a player who won't be outplayed can't be outplayed. After each charge and tackle, make up your mind to do a little better the next time. ..."

7. A Memorial to William Steinitz: Containing a Selection of His Games by Charles Devidé (1901)
"... which was rather regarded as one of his vagaries, his victory being ascribed to the fact that he outplayed Anderssen as he then outplayed everyone else ..."

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