Definitions

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  • v. To kick more than, or beyond, something or someone

Etymologies

out- +‎ kick (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Did he just assume that Cassidy would be able to outkick Sandoval?

    Again to Carthage

  • In his mind the only way he could imagine salvaging this race was simply to hang on to this elfin Sandoval and try to outkick him.

    Again to Carthage

  • 'To attempt to kick against natural necessity,' he says in his own name, and in his own peculiar and more impressive method of philosophic instruction -- 'to attempt to kick against natural necessity, is to represent the folly of Ctesiphon, who undertook to outkick his mule.'

    The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere Unfolded

  • Ever prepared, Edelman and the Patriots believed they'd have a chance for a big return because Miami's Brandon Fields is prone to outkick his coverage.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • MH: Yeah, I definitely knew it would hurt, and I kind of worried that I might not have enough at the end, if I did fall back to the group, to outkick everyone.

    Runner\'s World Racing News

  • "The race taught me a lot about myself and how I can push myself to actually outkick people," surmises Beach.

    Runner\'s World Racing News

  • It was really windy today, so I didn't feel like going straight out to the front like I usually do, and just letting her draft the whole time and try to outkick me.

    DyeStat News Feed

  • Though the Lions would not divulge any statistical analysis of the work of the pair through training camp, Buono said Whyte did not outkick McCallum and therefore had no reason to make a change.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • … I'm confident in his kick, and when he can see the finish line, I don't know that there's anyone that can outkick him.

    News Tribune - Sports - Todays NT Sports

  • Ostensibly designed to outkick the legendary Cristiano Ronaldo (who can reportedly kick a soccer ball at speeds measuring 130 kilometers per hour, or about 80 miles per hour), we kinda think the robot was built just for the heck of it.

    Autoblog

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