Definition of outpsych in English:

outpsych

Syllabification: out·psych
Pronunciation: /ˌoutˈsīk
 
/
(also outpsyche)

verb

[with object] informal
Defeat by psychological influence or intimidation: each country tries to outpsych the other
More example sentences
  • He once dismissed him as a taxi driver, picking up the art of outpsyching a team-mate from brother Michael but applying it with the clumsiness of a plasterer rather than the dexterity of a gouache artist.

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