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outman Line breaks: out¦man
Pronunciation: /ˌaʊtˈman/

Definition of outman in English:

verb (outmans, outmanning, outmanned)

[with object] (often as adjective outmanned)
Outnumber: outgunned and outmanned armies
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  • The play is designed to outman the defense at the point of attack and create a shorter corner, or outside perimeter, by blocking down with the offensive linemen and pulling two linemen around.
  • Scanning those that were coming at us, it seemed that we would outman them.
  • Besides being critically short of fuel, Rommel was outgunned and outmanned by the British.

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