Definition of Outcounting

1. outcount [v] - See also: outcount



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outcounting

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

Literary usage of Outcounting

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1. The American Reports: Containing All Decisions of General Interest Decided by Isaac Grant Thompson, Irving Browne (1881)
"Each assented to the terms as a part of the contract of employment, and the purpose was to secure not outcounting but correct counting. ..."

2. Report of the Committee of the Senate Upon the Relations Between Labor and by Henry William Blair, United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor (1885)
"I was afraid that you folks were going to keep outcounting us, and I want to have my rights at the ballot-box. Q. You thought the white people were going to ..."

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