outplay

[ UK /a‍ʊtplˈe‍ɪ/ ]
VERB
  1. excel or defeat in a game
    The Knicks outplayed the Lakers
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How To Use outplay In A Sentence

  • The Warriors lost a battle despite outshooting and mostly outplaying their opponents.
  • Because some of them outplayed my team that's been playing. The Sun
  • The Hoosiers have played their Division 1A opponents even on the scoreboard at 30.8 points scored and 31.0 allowed, but the Hoosiers have faced three bad teams in Western Kentucky, Akron, and Arkansas State and they've been badly outplayed from the line of scrimmage 5.9 yards per play to 7.2 yppl. Jeff Ma: Bringing Down the Bookie: Week 7
  • The first two sets he completely outplayed me. Times, Sunday Times
  • Also, Martin Biron is simply going to have to outplay Marc-Andre Fleury in goal for the Flyers to have any chance at all to advance to the next round. Ted Mouths Off: First-round playoff picks
  • I doubt he would be woofing about him missing the shot because the bottom line is that the guy outplayed him to steal the ball in the first place.
  • The major adjustment we made was that we were going to outwill them and outwork them, and eventually we outplayed them.'' Boston.com Top Stories
  • If he couldn't outplay his opponent, then he could outthink and outfight him and here he shows how he did it.
  • According to the balance sheets, they should have outclassed, outpassed and outplayed them.
  • The present orchestra outplays the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, however, and the stereo broadcast sonics surpass Vox's monaural recording.
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