How To Use Outpace In A Sentence

  • In this case, the youngsters share an interest in growing abnormally large vocabularies, though the mechanics of spelling often outpace comprehension.
  • They had got off to a dream start as Townson, on his return from suspension, outpaced the Exeter defence and coolly lobbed the keeper.
  • His latest came in the Winter Beach Run at Jacksonville where he outpaced three other area runners.
  • In those years new church buildings and newly organized congregations outpaced the colonies' population growth.
  • Operating margin climbed to 12.1% from 11.3% as the revenue growth outpaced cost increases. General Dynamics Posts Higher Profit
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Linguix writing coach
  • The sheer size of the long calls in relation to the short stock means growth in the value of the calls will outpace losses incurred from the short stance in shares as long as the stock continues to climb higher in the next couple of months. Bulls Blast Into Cat, Strategists Get To Work On Yahoo!
  • Now all that notwithstanding, the rapid one-time shift in population composition associated with the baby boom is projected to outpace increases in productivity growth.
  • The moral is that quoted companies are easily outpaced. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wage increases outpaced growth in productivity.
  • You invest in the equity market to provide yourself with a stream of future dividends which will hopefully outpace inflation.
  • The growth in supply is expected to outpace growth in demand, leaving the global market oversupplied. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fleet of foot and chock-full of pop hooks, Franz will outpace it.
  • Miners, banks and industrials, which tend to outpace rising markets, were true to form. Times, Sunday Times
  • The unemployment rate for men, 11.4%, based on seasonally adjusted data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, outpaces the rate for women, 8.8%.
  • In those early days she consistently outpaced her rivals including giant steamboats.
  • By the early 1900s, the Rolls Royce quickly outpaced its competitors as the motorcar for the wealthy and sophisticated – no doubt because of its costliness (the average price of a car in chassis form was around £650 and the Silver Ghost cost ₤1,154!) – and the series of motor trials which convinced those who took up the automobile for sporting purposes that the Rolls Royce was reliable, looked good and drove fast. The Spirit of Ecstasy | Edwardian Promenade
  • Bandari's fast pace caught up with him in the closing four furlongs as first Millenary and then Warrsan outpaced him.
  • The boys outpaced the girls in mechanical, verbal, and abstract reasoning, space relations, and numerical ability.
  • In a battle of two pure footballing teams, Spurs now outpass and outpace the Merseysiders. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph
  • For 90 minutes the visitors found themselves outmuscled, outplayed and outpaced, yet twice they sneaked into the box, and twice they scored.
  • But each time the fire seemed to outpace the workmen; the exposure to oxygen actually increased the voracity of the inferno.
  • The growth in the first six months of calendar year 2005 has far outpaced the rise in exports in the last calendar year.
  • She made it as a fastest loser, cut adrift from the leading pack in her heat, outpaced when the turbo injection came with a kilometre to go, but in her reaction there was no vanity, no wounded pride.
  • In the long-term, however, especially given that the infotech services market is very well penetrated, it is BPO which will outpace growth. Rising Demand for Outsourcing Services
  • Connected to each other, the destroyers could easily outpace a submarine and trap it.
  • A long ball over the top saw Shrimps' top scorer Carlton outpace the defence to lob home keeper John Kennedy with just six minutes remaining.
  • One in 10 Scottish jobs are in the financial industry and it has outpaced the growth of the Scottish economy by five times over the past five years.
  • He eased round the full back and outpaced the chasing defence to score underneath the posts.
  • In Latin America, population growth is already threatening to outpace economic growth.
  • They certainly go beyond the pre-linguistic prototypes of language, and demonstrate the capability of certain individual apes to outpace other species.
  • Rapidly-growing Asian nations have also seen their foreign currency holdings swell as their economies outpace the rest of the world, providing another motive for diversification.
  • Let me cite one sample: Holmes once wrote that "Canadians have a sour reputation for nauseous holiness and hypocrisy" and, he added, "Our rhetoric too often outpaces our contribution: 'Holmes was equally pungent in castigating Americans whose greatest sin, he believed, was overstatement. The View From Washington
  • Preoccupied with the need to outpace their pursuers, his captors did not turn back to chase Scott - but the teenager's woes were far from over.
  • But the forum has outpaced the other, stodgier gay e-mail lists by drawing in members with rollicking discussions about figure skater Johnny Weir's performances at the Winter Olympics. To foster connections, gay congressional staffers think Pink Hill Mafia
  • Paddling hard, assisted by the ferocious tailwind and strong current, we could sometimes outpace sailboats.
  • These hovercraft can easily outpace most boats.
  • The growth in the number of Canadians travelling abroad continues to outpace the performance of inbound travellers.
  • The Japanese economy will continue to outpace its foreign rivals for years to come.
  • Malthus believed that population increase would outpace increases in the means of subsistence
  • The winners certainly outpace the losers in this period.
  • These hovercraft can easily outpace most boats.
  • He points to miniaturization as one area in which remarkable technological progress has outpaced serious thought on usability.
  • The Japanese economy will continue to outpace its foreign rivals for years to come.
  • The moral is that quoted companies are easily outpaced. Times, Sunday Times
  • The boys outpaced the girls in mechanical, verbal, and abstract reasoning, space relations, and numerical ability.
  • Known as long-dated zero-coupon Treasurys, such bonds have beaten not only stocks, regular Treasurys, corporate bonds and municipal debt, but also have outpaced the soaring gains made by gold this year. Treasury Niche Beats Gold
  • Midcap stocks have dramatically outpaced the biggest blue chips in recent years. Times, Sunday Times
  • The rapid evolution of biotechnology often outpaces our ability to question the progress.
  • But the forum has outpaced the other, stodgier gay listservs by drawing in members with rollicking discussions about figure skater Johnny Weir's performances at the Winter Olympics. 'Pink Hill Mafia' injects color into Capitol Hill's dull listserv culture
  • Ovett managed to outpace every other runner.
  • He stood the pace better and eight minutes after the break Will snapped up a loose ball and outpaced the defence with a length of the field gallop.
  • The idea that passive equity management could outpace active management—then the mutual fund industry's universal strategy—was derogated and ridiculed. How the Index Fund Was Born
  • Markets, as they will always do when given the chance, moved toward providing more goods at cheaper prices, and economic growth quickly began to outpace other Latin American economies.
  • Rapidly-growing Asian nations have also seen their foreign currency holdings swell as their economies outpace the rest of the world, providing another motive for diversification.
  • He showed a real touch of both class and speed to step through two tackles and outpace the Ilkley defence to go in in the corner.
  • They soon increased their lead when Matthew Cox dispossessed his opposite winger on the half way line and outpaced the cover in a thrilling run to the line. Hargreaves again converted.
  • Hogg then outpaced the Beckwithshaw defence during a swift break and his square pass into the penalty-area was gleefully blasted home by Braithwaite from 12 yards.
  • The tall winger still had plenty to do, but he outpaced a couple of defenders to score between the posts.
  • The boys outpaced the girls in mechanical, verbal, and abstract reasoning, space relations, and numerical ability.
  • They certainly go beyond the pre-linguistic prototypes of language, and demonstrate the capability of certain individual apes to outpace other species.
  • Poverty has outpaced population growth across the continent for the last decade, expanding at 3.3 percent per year compared to 3.1 percent annual growth for the continent as a whole, according to the International Fund for Agricultural Development. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Imagine two galaxies fleeing from each at a faster and faster rate, finally reaching a relative speed that outpaces light.
  • US exporters are under pressure to find more overseas customers as domestic production growth outpaces local demand for the fibre.
  • Though progress has been made over the past decade, it has not been fast enough for economic growth to outpace population growth.
  • Only for brief periods in 1942 and 1944 did the UK draw on its reserves of key commodities; in all other years imports outpaced consumption.
  • I just read last week a report that said that the demand for community college grads is going to outpace that of 4 yr grads by a LARGE amt. Professor Florida's kids get *really* creative (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • Wage increases outpaced growth in productivity.
  • You invest in the equity market to provide yourself with a stream of future dividends which will hopefully outpace inflation.
  • Vaughan 6 Had a torrid first half against McSporran and was continually outpaced, but fought back well.
  • That, he says, as his special branch detail outpace the Big Banana battlebus through Corstorphine traffic, could be a good sign.
  • The model suggests the Cretaceous landscape was filled with large, lumbering creatures that any human with a fast car or bike or maybe even a quick sprint could outpace.
  • You invest in the equity market to provide yourself with a stream of future dividends which will hopefully outpace inflation.

Report a problem

Please indicate a type of error

Additional information (optional):

This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy