verb (past and past participle outfought)[with object]
Fight better than and beat (an opponent).
- Initially, however, the gamble seemed to pay off, as the Japanese armed forces outmanoeuvred and outfought their opponents in campaigns which brought victories in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaya, Burma, and the Philippines.
- Time and again, he warned his side of the danger of being outfought by more eager opponents.
- ‘You defeat your opponents by out-thinking them, not by outfighting them,’ she said.
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