Prepositions after "outnumber"

outnumber by, at or in?

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In 84% of cases outnumber by is used

We are being significantly outnumbered by the opposition on calls and contacts via social media.

Fox is VASTLY outnumbered by Liberal media and this was pointed out to you in other threads but yet.

Saturday's National Socialist Movement and KKK rally were outnumbered by the counterprotesters, five-to-one.

Under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles the official German Army was restricted to 100,000 men and was therefore outnumbered by the SA.

There are quite a few excellent EPUB2 apps but since they are outnumbered by the crap ones you have to make decisions based on aggregate behaviour.

And that's before we even get to the comments on my last blog post where the pro-WBN lobby were so spectacularly outnumbered by the anti-WBN brigade.

The number of farms that can lay claim to good labour practices are clearly outnumbered by the bad and, on the fringes of this number, are the decidedly ugly.

If you see the media as consistently liberal, then there's a possibility that the cause of that is that you're outnumbered by people/voters more liberal than you.

But though women are slowly catching up, they are still outnumbered by gay male directors: against the 8 shows directed by women, 11 current shows are staged by directors known to be gay.

In 12% of cases outnumber at is used

It may bother you now, but the simple truth of the matter is the awalkinthecity, oboes, Miriams etc are outnumbered at the polls by people who disagree with you.

Poorly disposed for defense and considerably outnumbered at the scene of action, the Army of the Republic of Korea broke under the weight of the attack; the government fled to Taejon; Seoul fell.

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