outhunt

outhunt

(ˌaʊtˈhʌnt)
vb (tr)
(Hunting) to exceed in hunting
References in periodicals archive ?
Pat Shipman An anthropologist proposes an intriguing new explanation for the Neandertals' demise: Domesticated dogs helped modern humans outhunt their Stone Age cousins (SN: 4/4/15, p.
Interestingly, although I'd read for years that English pointers were tough, hard running and rugged animals that out-produce and outhunt any other breed, that's not necessarily been my experience.
To Jody, the tale is even better than the hunt: "Penny Baxter, no bigger than a dirt-dauber, could outhunt the best of them.