[ UK /a‍ʊtɹˈæŋk/ ]
VERB
  1. take precedence or surpass others in rank
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How To Use outrank In A Sentence

  • She outranked him, and had such an independent personality that he was surprised to remember on the few occasions when she reversed their roles that she was three years his junior.
  • With the inauguration just days away, people are still getting accustomed to their new roles – including President-elect Barack Obama and his former Senate colleagues, many of whom far outranked him in seniority in the past. Call Me Barack (At Least for a Few Days More) - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • Yes, they outrank us in bike usage, but more people in Seattle commute on foot than in Portland. Why Vancouver’s Transit System Has Seattle Beat « PubliCola
  • In this amorphousness, he was in tune with the religious tone of the postwar years, when (in a 1947 poll) religious leaders ranked highest for their contributions to national well-being, outranking politicians and businessmen, and (in 1957) 96 percent of Americans professed membership in a church or synagogue. The Chosen Peoples
  • If both ended up on the same committee, she would outrank him if there were an opening for chairman or ranking member.
  • The survey shows that humor and shared activities outrank sex as features of a good relationship.
  • This is bad news for the composite panel industry, which turns these materials into particleboard and medium-density fiberboard, and outranks the U.S. biomass industry in terms of employees and economic impact, with 21,000 employees and annual sales of $7.9 billion, according to 2006 U.S. Census data. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » More Fallout from Biofuel Subsidies
  • The most junior executive officer outranked the senior engineer officer aboard ship.
  • And since you outrank me...' `... it falls on my shoulders," Raskin finished. DESTROY THE KENTUCKY
  • Women also outrank men by 44% with university degrees. Settling for less: Women rake in the money, lowered standards in mate department | Northern Belle
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