Definition of outfox in English:

outfox

Line breaks: out¦fox
Pronunciation: /aʊtˈfɒks
 
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verb

[with object] informal
Defeat (someone) by being more clever or cunning than them: Holmes outfoxed criminals from the comfort of his armchair
More example sentences
  • Zorro has always been a dashing swashbuckler who outfoxes his enemies in their defeat.
  • They delight in outfoxing people, or seducing them, and they love the riskiness of rule-breaking.
  • One saw a person simply beside himself with the thought that he had succeeded in outfoxing his opponent.

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