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outscore

Line breaks: out|score
Pronunciation: /aʊtˈskɔː(r)
 
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Definition of outscore in English:

verb

[with object]
Score more than (an opponent) in a game: the Redskins had been outscored by the Cowboys
More example sentences
  • During the streak, the offense surged to an eye-popping 3.92 goals per game, outscoring opponents 47-20.
  • Because of their shoddy defense, the Colts have had to rely on outscoring opponents to win games, especially indoors.
  • The Oakland Raiders started the season as the class of the league, winning their first four games and outscoring their opponents 162-90 in the process.

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