outride

VERB
  1. hang on during a trial of endurance
    ride out the storm
  2. ride better, faster, or further than
    The champion bicyclist outrode all his competitors
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How To Use outride In A Sentence

  • No one could outride them or outshoot them from the back of a horse. EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON
  • At present I am trying to have the number of my police motorcycle outriders increased from two to six - as the dignity of the office deserves.
  • (Sprung rhythm, with many outrides and hurried feet: sonnet with two [sic] codas.) Notes
  • Darius was determined to outthink, outride, outfight, and absolutely overwhelm Alexander with superior numbers. Alexander the Great
  • Spurs thro 'the vale, and these and those outrides. The Aeneid English
  • Before the runners started, he gave orders to the marshal to send trusted outriders forward and to see that the racers were not interfered with.
  • We could outride the Turks, outwit them, outfight them, and outdare them. Hira Singh : when India came to fight in Flanders
  • Flanked by police motorcycle outriders, it will be followed by a newly-restored steam engine towing a Victorian trailer carrying Fred's coffin.
  • Her chauffeur-driven Jaguar, with police outriders, swept through the gates of Kensington Palace at 2.27 pm and left at 3.14.
  • It's just that we can't outride anyone without the horses.
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