outnumber

[ US /aʊtˈnəmbɝ/ ]
[ UK /a‍ʊtnˈʌmbɐ/ ]
VERB
  1. be larger in number
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How To Use outnumber In A Sentence

  • Developers and speculators were left holding thousands of new unsold condos creating the greatest buyer's market ever experienced in this part of the world, i.e. the supply (glut) of new condos far outnumbers the demand. Herd Mentality As it Applies to Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • The numerous and lukewarm group outnumber the rabid partisans on both sides, though.
  • The action on a Harrow mosque again saw the chunky thugs in Lenin's term comprehensively outnumbered and outmanoeuvred Sonic Truth
  • Older buildings still outnumber newer constructions unlike so many Thai towns and cities.
  • Women who undergo cosmetic surgery still far outnumber their male counterparts.
  • The five left were upgraded to business class - and outnumbered two to one by the cabin crew. The Sun
  • As I say, regardless of what was contained in the Revised Criminal Code, as usual, the yeas would easily outnumber the nays at the end of the day.
  • Thankfully, the good people outnumber the bad! The Sun
  • Though outnumbered four to one, the commando fighters cleared the entire headland. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Once again we are reminded that the capital of the most powerful democratic nation on the globe is a one party town: Democrats rule, by outnumbering Republicans 10-1 in registered voters. DeMorning DeBonis: Nov. 2, 2010
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