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Sentence count:39+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-27Updated:2017-02-27
Synonym: beatdefeatexceloutshinesurpassSimilar words: outdoneoutdoorput downput-downcut downshut downoutdoorsput down toMeaning: [‚aʊt'duː]  v. 1. be or do something to a greater degree 2. get the better of. 
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1 Both sides have tried to outdo each other to show how tough they can be.
2 Sometimes small firms can outdo big business when it comes to customer care.
3 He always tries to outdo everybody else in the class.
4 Every clansman was determined to outdo the Campbells in display, and looked to his finery.
5 Western Europe and Japan managed to outdo their American competitors in some economic areas.
6 Each regiment tried to outdo all others in its appearance and its marching.
7 Kids always try to outdo each other in attracting the teacher's attention.
8 Each state seems to be trying to outdo its neighbors in cutting health services.
9 These sons are in turn strong and outdo other weaker male offspring to reproduce - thus ensuring survival of the fittest and of the family line.
10 Holly: Not to outdo you, Taylor, but I have something to say, too.
11 He tried to outdo his opponents.
12 Competitive spirit is the desire to outdo running mates.
13 Now it thinks it can outdo them.
14 It was important for me to outdo them,( to feel better than they were.
15 That LeBron attempted to outdo him later in the week was nothing more than meaningless bravado, which the media ate up hook line and sinker.
16 To win support, rivals try to outdo each other and better products and services emerge.
17 Its natural beauty has the potential to outdo Hawaii.
18 The effects of psychological balance outdo all health measures.
19 Life isn't a competition. It's a journey. If you spend that journey always trying to impress others, to outdo others, you're wasting your journey.
20 When it comes to speed of response, a small firm can outdo a big company.
21 It was the beneficent by-product of competition between companies, each trying to outdo its rivals in visible splendour and architectural might.
22 They are to attend the banquet as Antony and Cleopatra and hoped to outdo Taylor and Burton.
23 When my brother donated his bicycle to the large scrap drive, I donated our swing set to outdo him.
24 Deane, the husband of the youngest Dodson sister, may outdo them all.
25 After they did this four more times I decided to try to outdo them, and got a sheet of glass ready.
26 Extroversive Character and humour, attach importance to cooperation. Hard work and pay attention to actual effect, outdo oneself.
27 Jigme noticed that this made the Sang work harder, trying to outdo the dumb beast.
28 It was my master, ' said the prisoner. 'I thought I could outdo everybody in the world in wealth and power, and I amassed in my own treasure-house the money due to my king.
29 To cash in on Spillane's success, competing paperback lines sprang up, each trying to outdo the others with lurid, sexy, painted covers and titles like "Say It With Bullets" or "Kiss My Fist!"
30 My admiration for them aroused the fight within me, a person always eager to outdo others.
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