outwalk

outwalk

(ˌaʊtˈwɔːk)
vb (tr)
to walk farther or longer than
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outwalk


Past participle: outwalked
Gerund: outwalking

Imperative
outwalk
outwalk
Present
I outwalk
you outwalk
he/she/it outwalks
we outwalk
you outwalk
they outwalk
Preterite
I outwalked
you outwalked
he/she/it outwalked
we outwalked
you outwalked
they outwalked
Present Continuous
I am outwalking
you are outwalking
he/she/it is outwalking
we are outwalking
you are outwalking
they are outwalking
Present Perfect
I have outwalked
you have outwalked
he/she/it has outwalked
we have outwalked
you have outwalked
they have outwalked
Past Continuous
I was outwalking
you were outwalking
he/she/it was outwalking
we were outwalking
you were outwalking
they were outwalking
Past Perfect
I had outwalked
you had outwalked
he/she/it had outwalked
we had outwalked
you had outwalked
they had outwalked
Future
I will outwalk
you will outwalk
he/she/it will outwalk
we will outwalk
you will outwalk
they will outwalk
Future Perfect
I will have outwalked
you will have outwalked
he/she/it will have outwalked
we will have outwalked
you will have outwalked
they will have outwalked
Future Continuous
I will be outwalking
you will be outwalking
he/she/it will be outwalking
we will be outwalking
you will be outwalking
they will be outwalking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outwalking
you have been outwalking
he/she/it has been outwalking
we have been outwalking
you have been outwalking
they have been outwalking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outwalking
you will have been outwalking
he/she/it will have been outwalking
we will have been outwalking
you will have been outwalking
they will have been outwalking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outwalking
you had been outwalking
he/she/it had been outwalking
we had been outwalking
you had been outwalking
they had been outwalking
Conditional
I would outwalk
you would outwalk
he/she/it would outwalk
we would outwalk
you would outwalk
they would outwalk
Past Conditional
I would have outwalked
you would have outwalked
he/she/it would have outwalked
we would have outwalked
you would have outwalked
they would have outwalked
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
References in classic literature ?
Old Uncle Venner was just coming out of his door, with a wood-horse and saw on his shoulder; and, trudging along the street, he scrupled not to keep company with Phoebe, so far as their paths lay together; nor, in spite of his patched coat and rusty beaver, and the curious fashion of his tow-cloth trousers, could she find it in her heart to outwalk him.
Tess beat up the long hill still faster; but she could not outwalk them without exciting notice.
YOU know how fur you could have outwalked him betwixt anywheres about where he lost the tide--say Richmond--and this, if you had a mind to it.'
I had soon outwalked the couples of English gentlemen and ladies.
Field Editor Eddie Claypool has never managed to outwalk his faithful companion Lulu, though he's tried many times.
If you can't outwalk the crowd, due to the size of the parcel or your own health, at least beat your rivals to the best locations.
She may not be as long-legged as her supermodel aunt, but Marquez could probably outwalk and outsmart the tallest and prettiest girl on stage, and win a major, major title.
You can easily outwalk a spreading diesel or Jet A fire, which advances at roughly 100 feet per minute.
I think I knocked it out trying to outwalk Naomi Campbell."
She was only 73 years old and could, until the day of the accident, outwork, outwalk, or outplay any of us in the family.
He could outwalk anyone and still observe and photograph the myriad wonders and wildlife of the Low Arctic terrain.
He was one of those enviable people who at a sprightly 70 plus, plus, plus, could outwalk (and shoot) the younger guns from the local shoot.