outdrink

outdrink

(ˌaʊtˈdrɪŋk)
vb (tr) , -drinks, -drinking, -drank or -drunk
to drink more than

outdrink


Past participle: outdrunk
Gerund: outdrinking

Imperative
outdrink
outdrink
Present
I outdrink
you outdrink
he/she/it outdrinks
we outdrink
you outdrink
they outdrink
Preterite
I outdrank
you outdrank
he/she/it outdrank
we outdrank
you outdrank
they outdrank
Present Continuous
I am outdrinking
you are outdrinking
he/she/it is outdrinking
we are outdrinking
you are outdrinking
they are outdrinking
Present Perfect
I have outdrunk
you have outdrunk
he/she/it has outdrunk
we have outdrunk
you have outdrunk
they have outdrunk
Past Continuous
I was outdrinking
you were outdrinking
he/she/it was outdrinking
we were outdrinking
you were outdrinking
they were outdrinking
Past Perfect
I had outdrunk
you had outdrunk
he/she/it had outdrunk
we had outdrunk
you had outdrunk
they had outdrunk
Future
I will outdrink
you will outdrink
he/she/it will outdrink
we will outdrink
you will outdrink
they will outdrink
Future Perfect
I will have outdrunk
you will have outdrunk
he/she/it will have outdrunk
we will have outdrunk
you will have outdrunk
they will have outdrunk
Future Continuous
I will be outdrinking
you will be outdrinking
he/she/it will be outdrinking
we will be outdrinking
you will be outdrinking
they will be outdrinking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outdrinking
you have been outdrinking
he/she/it has been outdrinking
we have been outdrinking
you have been outdrinking
they have been outdrinking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outdrinking
you will have been outdrinking
he/she/it will have been outdrinking
we will have been outdrinking
you will have been outdrinking
they will have been outdrinking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outdrinking
you had been outdrinking
he/she/it had been outdrinking
we had been outdrinking
you had been outdrinking
they had been outdrinking
Conditional
I would outdrink
you would outdrink
he/she/it would outdrink
we would outdrink
you would outdrink
they would outdrink
Past Conditional
I would have outdrunk
you would have outdrunk
he/she/it would have outdrunk
we would have outdrunk
you would have outdrunk
they would have outdrunk
References in classic literature ?
Norman of Torn and the old man seldom joined in these wild orgies, but when minstrel, or troubadour, or storyteller wandered to his grim lair the Outlaw of Torn would sit enjoying the break in the winter's dull monotony to as late an hour as another; nor could any man of his great fierce horde outdrink their chief when he cared to indulge in the pleasures of the wine cup.
Created by the KGB just after the Second World War, this secret drug was designed to keep agents sober so that they could outdrink their opponents before helping themselves to their secrets.
A powerful message might be that women do not gain status or express liberation by emphasizing their sameness with men or by trying to outdrink them, but by setting their own standards--in their drinking decisions and in other areas of their lives.
Reps rounded up a hen party and poured spirits into their mouths, urging them to outdrink the blokes.
The 2010 National Drug and Alcohol Household Survey shows that while men overwhelmingly drink more than women, the number of women aged 20 to 29 drinking at risky levels increased between 2007 and 2010, while girls aged 12 to 17 outdrink boys by one-and-a-half percent.
So she has an incentive to outdrink her friends and exploit the common pool of money that will be used to pay the tab.
"Outdrink the other members and be the last man standing - which wasn't easy with keith Moon around." He adds: "We had an alcove at the Rainbow Bar in Los Angeles.
There are guys here who stand five foot six, weigh 140 pounds, and can outwork, outdrink, outswear, and outfight me and 10 guys like me any day of the week." In other words, these are real men.
Olympic Curling Team, which actually lost to a local team but did manage to outdrink them during the match.
"For much of his career, he could outthink, out-hustle, out-report, outeat, outdrink and outwork any other journalist in the country," Schneider said in an e-mail.
This is not the sort of equality I thought I was fighting for years ago, the opportunity to outdrink the lads.