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Outgo   /ˈaʊtgˌoʊ/   Listen
Outgo

verb
(past outwent; past part. outgone; pres. part. outgoing)
1.
Be or do something to a greater degree.  Synonyms: exceed, outdo, outmatch, outperform, outstrip, surmount, surpass.  "She outdoes all other athletes" , "This exceeds all my expectations" , "This car outperforms all others in its class"






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"Outgo" Quotes from Famous Books



... compensated by the glory of a great many such "spirited charges" as that by which Colonel Pettigrew and his gallant rifles took Fort Pinckney, with its garrison of one engineer officer and its armament of no guns. Soldiers are the most costly of all toys or tools. The outgo for the army of the Pope, never amounting to ten thousand effective men, in the cheapest country in the world, has been half a million of dollars a month. Under the present system, it needs no argument to show that the non-slaveholding States, with a free ...
— The Writings of James Russell Lowell in Prose and Poetry, Volume V - Political Essays • James Russell Lowell



Words linked to "Outgo" :   outroar, outcry, beat, outdraw, outsell, outpace, outwit, outfox, circumvent, outgrow, transferred possession, vanquish, overreach, income, break, transferred property, trounce, outwear, outweigh, outsail, shame, out-herod, outsmart, outshine, outbrave, outmarch, beat out, outrange, transfer payment, better, crush, outshout, expense, shell, cost



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