[ US /aʊtˈfɑks/ ]
[ UK /a‍ʊtfˈɒks/ ]
VERB
  1. outdo someone in trickery
  2. beat through cleverness and wit
    She outfoxed her competitors
    I beat the traffic
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How To Use outfox In A Sentence

  • Sensing the gusts were playing havoc ahead of a turn with about 18 miles to go, Armstrong simply stayed in front, outfoxing riders like Alberto Contador of Spain, the 2007 Tour winner and favorite this year. Armstrong pedals into third at Tour; Cavendish takes stage
  • Usually that's a cue for a fairytale, but yesterday he was outfoxed twice in quick succession.
  • It was just a game and they needed to outfox Clementi to get to the next level. Sandip Roy: Tyler Clementi and the Eye of the Webcam
  • The example how viewers are brainwashed and 'outfoxed' – Dutch Pretext for U. S. Invasion of Venezuela
  • This presents a wonderful opportunity for practical players to surprise and outfox their opponents.
  • An accomplished Machiavellian, he used his ill-gotten wealth and his powers of patronage to outfox potential opponents and to keep wavering officials in line.
  • This is post-modern football on display from Italy who are completely outfoxing a Paraguay team who seem to be having trouble breaking out of their rigid 4-4-2 formation with any sort of creativity. Pop World Cup 2010: Group F – Italy 0 Paraguay 0 | FreakyTrigger
  • There is no greater thrill than to bluff a man, trap him and outfox him.
  • I never did find out exactly how such a stupid-looking animal had outfoxed a person of my experience and ability.
  • Faced with his manically inventive and elaborate use of his material, at times recalling the marginalia of illuminated manuscripts and the ornamentation of Italian Renaissance book design; and his endless depictions of George Washington—as angel, bellhop, businessman, clockwork, cowboy, founding father, topiary, traffic cop and window washer continually outfoxing his nemesis the Gingerbread man—is to give in freely to his fantastic voyage. Of a Decade and a Dollar
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