Definition of Outracing

1. Verb. (present participle of outrace) ¹



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Definition of Outracing

1. outrace [v] - See also: outrace

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outracing

output signal
outputs
outputt
outputted
outputting
outputts
outquench
outquenched
outquote
outquoted
outquotes
outquoting
outraced
outraces
outracing (current term)
outrage
outraged
outragedly
outrageous
outrageously
outrageousness
outrageousnesses
outrageousty
outrages
outraging
outraise
outraised
outraises
outraising

Literary usage of Outracing

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1. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"We spur to a land of no name, outracing the storm-wind; We leap to the infinite dark like sparks from the anvil. Thou leadest, O God! ..."

2. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"... hoofs of invisible horses, All night, from their stalls, the importunate pawing and neighing. We spur to a land of no name, outracing the storm-wind; ..."

3. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1898)
"We spur to a land of no name, outracing the storm-wind; We leap to the infinite dark, like the sparks from the anvil. Thou leadest, O God! ..."

4. The Great Plains: The Romance of Western American Exploration, Warfare, and by Randall Parrish (1907)
"A week later this same youthful messenger was chased by Sioux Indians near Horse Creek, but succeeded in outracing them to the station at Sweet- water. ..."

5. The Life of Clinton Bowen Fisk by Alphonso Alva Hopkins (1888)
"... whose ' eyes are as the eyelids of the morning,' whose hoofs are iron—in speed outracing the wind as he goes storming through valleys, through and over ..."

6. American Poems, 1776-1900: With Notes and Biographies by Augustus White Long (1905)
"We spur to a land of no name, outracing the stormwind; We leap to the infinite dark, like the sparks from the ..."

7. South Africa and the Transvaal War by Louis Creswicke (1900)
"Up they went, each outracing the other, straining every nerve and muscle to gain the summit of the hill, to be first to handle the prize! ..."

8. Preparedness: The American Versus the Military Programme by William Isaac Hull (1916)
"Then, far outracing the submarine, they can report its presence to warships and enable them to escape or to destroyers and enable them to pursue it. ..."

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