Definition of Outpopulated

1. outpopulate [v] - See also: outpopulate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outpopulated

outpoints
outpoise
outpoised
outpoises
outpoising
outpolitick
outpoliticked
outpoliticking
outpoliticks
outpoll
outpolled
outpolling
outpolls
outpope the Pope
outpopulate
outpopulated (current term)
outpopulates
outpopulating
outport
outports
outpost
outposts
outpouchings
outpour
outpoured
outpourer
outpourers
outpouring
outpourings

Literary usage of Outpopulated

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1. Man in the Light of Evolution by John Mason Tyler (1908)
"The free civilization outpopulated and outgrew its rival. It cost thousands of lives and millions of money to settle that question. ..."

2. Writings and Addresses of Austin Craig by Austin Craig (1911)
"... and while the families of Shem were moving along the skirts of their intermediate desert, the race of Ham soon outpopulated the other ..."

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