outmuscle

out·mus·cle

 (out-mŭs′əl)
tr.v. out·mus·cled, out·mus·cling, out·mus·cles Informal
To dominate or defeat by means of superior strength or power.
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outmuscle

(ˌaʊtˈmʌsəl)
vb (tr)
to dominate by physical strength
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But if at some point Wales start to outmuscle them (as happened when England came to our stadium), the crowd will start igniting again, and the Grand Slam should be ours.
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Despite Gethin Jones allowing Jordan Archer to outmuscle him to steer in the game's opening goal on 15 minutes, Merthyr came back strongly.
But last year it was dogged by manic behaviour from desperate shoppers trying to outmuscle fellow bargain hunters.
Telford having a couple of shouts for a penalty, before Kyle Brownhill hit the bar after good work from Dave Hibbert to outmuscle his marker.
He had good coverage, so I thought I could just go up and outmuscle him.''
The flotation will be the largest ever by an internet company, and Facebook's valuation will outmuscle many household names on Wall Street's S and P 500 index.
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