Definition of outfly in English:

outfly

Line breaks: out¦fly
Pronunciation: /aʊtˈflʌɪ
 
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verb (outflies, outflying; past outflew; past participle outflown)

[with object]
Fly faster, further, or with more agility than: a high-powered combat aircraft that can outfly anything
More example sentences
  • ‘I should have guessed there was more to you than meets the eye, especially when I found out that you could outfly aircraft!’
  • He spent his life defying and outflying death.
  • And so it continued, each squadron trying to outfly the other to rapturous applause from the crowd.

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