outhunt

outhunt

(ˌaʊtˈhʌnt)
vb (tr)
(Hunting) to exceed in hunting
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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.
Back when I started bowhunting, I believed those who consistently killed big whitetails simply outhunted the competition.
"I suppose that did come into it a bit, but at the same time we were being outhunted for most of the game.
Contemporary conservative reviewers disapprovingly remarked the way that Keats not only followed Hunt's style but "outhunted Hunt," practicing Hunt's system of versification and diction even more faithfully and extensively than Hunt himself did.
The dog that wants to please you outhunts the "loner" dog every time.