outplan

outplan

(ˌaʊtˈplæn)
vb (tr)
to exceed in planning
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Although, for the same dye D-C[H.sub.3], [[theta].sub.2] and [[theta].sub.4] present a significant decrease in outplan. Moreover the substitution by [C.sub.n][H.sub.2n+1] (n=2 to 6) showed a little variation in the dihedral angle.
"I'm the master planner, no one is going to outplan me."
We're not necessarily made happier with the attitude that we are each in charge of our own fate, that we can and should outplan and outflank every possible eventuality--so that each difficulty (from infertility to gaps in cell phone coverage to traffic jams) is treated as a shock, a setback, a colossal error that someone should have prevented.