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tr.v. out·scored, out·scor·ing, out·scores
1. To surpass (an opponent) in the number of points scored, as in a game.
2. To defeat (an opponent) by focusing on offense.
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to score more than
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|Verb||1.||outscore - score more points than one's opponents|
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