outwrestle

outwrestle

(ˌaʊtˈrɛsəl)
vb (tr)
to beat or be more successful than in wrestling, or in a struggle
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He wants to try and outwrestle me and he can't even do that.
Driving the 2019 Ford Ranger Wildtrak !-- -- Ulysses Ang (The Philippine Star) - November 14, 2018 - 12:00am We all know the drill with the Ford Ranger for years, perhaps decades even, they've inculcated it into our heads of how it's "Built Ford Tough," of how it's so capable off-road that it can probably outwrestle Dwayne Johnson with both arms tied behind its back while also doing "The Rock eyebrow." So, we're not talking about any of that we're not going to question its trail prowess.
But Kamal will be able to outwrestle him and win on the ground.
While Manning, 32, from Speke, has a phenomenal ground game, however, and will look to outwrestle the dangerous Irish import and gain revenge for his two team-mates' defeats.
This last led Lincoln's impulsive employer to wager that Lincoln was not only the smartest fellow around but could outwrestle the toughest man in the county--Jack Armstrong, leader of the Clary Grove boys.
"We just had to flat out outhustle them and outwrestle them.
She was lean and lank, with wiry black hair, and could outwrestle just about anyone with her hairy arms.
But this alliance would altogether overshadow recent Euro partnerships like the Leo Kirch-Silvio Berlusconi rapprochement: A Euro mega-player made of up Canal Plus and BSkyB could even outwrestle the Hollywood giants.