Definition of Outcount

1. to surpass in counting [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: counting



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outcount

outcomeling
outcomes
outcoming
outcompete
outcompeted
outcompetes
outcompeting
outcook
outcooked
outcooking
outcooks
outcount (current term)
outcounted
outcounting
outcounts
outcouple
outcoupled
outcouples
outcoupling
outcourt
outcourts
outcrack
outcrafty
outcrawl
outcrawled
outcrawling

Literary usage of Outcount

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Bookman (1905)
"It might be added that there are savages who cannot outcount three whose minds grow misty with the effort to foresee the nearest morrows. ..."

2. History of Nevada, Colorado, and Wyoming, 1540-1888 by Hubert Howe Bancroft, History Company (1887)
"The manipulators of elections had thought to outcount the reform candidates at the polls, but their opponents were too strong and too watchful for them. ..."

3. Fundamentals in Education, Art and Civics: Essays and Addresses by George Lansing Raymond (1911)
"... thus to read effectively—to use his voice as in acting or as in operatic singing, or to cipher well, as when trying to outcount a calculating machine. ..."

4. Growth of American State Constitutions from 1776 to the End of the Year 1914 by James Quayle Dealey (1915)
"... bribes, or parasitic employment, an army of voters who often outcount the more intelligent and patriotic part of the body of citizens. ..."

5. Popular Tribunals by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1887)
"The manipulators of elections had thought to outcount the reform candidates at the polls, but their opponents were too strong and too watchful for them. ..."

6. The Metropolitan (1840)
"... been put to the utmost test by the lady to whom you did me the honour of introducing me, for her whims and fancies would certainly outcount the stars. ..."

7. The Methodist Review (1859)
"It is the foundation in America of republican empires: to outcount in numbers, and outvie in strength, the parent states of Europe. ..."

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