outfoot

outfoot

(ˌaʊtˈfʊt)
vb (tr)
1. (Nautical Terms) (of a boat) to go faster than (another boat)
2. to surpass in running, dancing, etc

outfoot


Past participle: outfooted
Gerund: outfooting

Imperative
outfoot
outfoot
Present
I outfoot
you outfoot
he/she/it outfoots
we outfoot
you outfoot
they outfoot
Preterite
I outfooted
you outfooted
he/she/it outfooted
we outfooted
you outfooted
they outfooted
Present Continuous
I am outfooting
you are outfooting
he/she/it is outfooting
we are outfooting
you are outfooting
they are outfooting
Present Perfect
I have outfooted
you have outfooted
he/she/it has outfooted
we have outfooted
you have outfooted
they have outfooted
Past Continuous
I was outfooting
you were outfooting
he/she/it was outfooting
we were outfooting
you were outfooting
they were outfooting
Past Perfect
I had outfooted
you had outfooted
he/she/it had outfooted
we had outfooted
you had outfooted
they had outfooted
Future
I will outfoot
you will outfoot
he/she/it will outfoot
we will outfoot
you will outfoot
they will outfoot
Future Perfect
I will have outfooted
you will have outfooted
he/she/it will have outfooted
we will have outfooted
you will have outfooted
they will have outfooted
Future Continuous
I will be outfooting
you will be outfooting
he/she/it will be outfooting
we will be outfooting
you will be outfooting
they will be outfooting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outfooting
you have been outfooting
he/she/it has been outfooting
we have been outfooting
you have been outfooting
they have been outfooting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outfooting
you will have been outfooting
he/she/it will have been outfooting
we will have been outfooting
you will have been outfooting
they will have been outfooting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outfooting
you had been outfooting
he/she/it had been outfooting
we had been outfooting
you had been outfooting
they had been outfooting
Conditional
I would outfoot
you would outfoot
he/she/it would outfoot
we would outfoot
you would outfoot
they would outfoot
Past Conditional
I would have outfooted
you would have outfooted
he/she/it would have outfooted
we would have outfooted
you would have outfooted
they would have outfooted
References in classic literature ?
And Hall, usually so merry, could outfoot them all when he once got started on the cosmic pathos of religion and the gibbering anthropomorphisms of those who loved not to die.
Unable to hang on as close in the eye of the wind as formerly, he proceeded to slack his sheet a trifle and to ease off a bit, in order to outfoot me.
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