outsell

[ US /aʊtˈsɛɫ/ ]
[ UK /a‍ʊtsˈɛl/ ]
VERB
  1. sell more than others
    This salesman outsells his colleagues
  2. be sold more often than other, similar products
    The new Toyota outsells the Honda by a wide margin
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How To Use outsell In A Sentence

  • Vodka, though, continues to be the spirit of the hour, outselling gin and close to whisky.
  • The CliffsNotes of The Scarlet Letter outsells the real book more than three to one.
  • How Jed, or anyone, can believe that this mess of a book will outsell the President's memoir is beyond me. Schmidt calls Palin claims 'total fiction'
  • In America, salsa - with its peppery kick - outsells milder-mannered ketchup.
  • Spencer; "[Lady] Gaga is not your real friend moron. she associates with you so Kei$ha the pumpkin doesnt outsell her with her label buying songs … when you wake in the morning do you start your day by pretending your going to find someone who will love you? your unlovable. Femalefirst.co.uk - Celebrity Gossip + Lifestyle Magazine
  • While all are high-quality products, the old-fashioned, oversized, wood-fired country loaf still far outsells all of the other products combined.
  • Armani consistently outsells all other European designers.
  • Vodka, though, continues to be the spirit of the hour, outselling gin and close to whisky.
  • This model outsells all others on the market.
  • The Amazon. com Kindle e-reader and bookstore have reached a "tipping point," the company said Monday, with Kindle titles outselling hardcover books on the massive online marketplace for the first time. Latest Articles
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