outclassed

[ US /ˈaʊtˌkɫæst/ ]
[ UK /a‍ʊtklˈɑːst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. decisively surpassed by something else so as to appear to be of a lower class
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How To Use outclassed In A Sentence

  • But he easily outclassed him in argument and plain speaking.
  • But it was always outclassed in terms of brute strength by the various would-be European hegemons.
  • But the Americans are not to be so easily outclassed. Times, Sunday Times
  • We were so outclassed - we didn't have a hope in hell of winning.
  • He was outclassed by an Aston Villa side that cruelly exposed his lack of pace.
  • Mason was outclassed by Lennox Lewis in his tragic last fight at Wembley.
  • Had he succeeded he would have outclassed one of his predecessors, who was famously described as incapable of walking and chewing gum at the same time.
  • Eve is outclassed yet remains watchable, as always. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Yankees outclassed Cincinnati
  • The geeks are mostly self-taught, which is why they have to bring in people like D-squared, and even so they're outclassed by Chinese teenagers. The Most Dangerous Game
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