outmaneuver

  • 1Outmaneuver — Out ma*neu ver, Outmanoeuvre Out ma*n[oe]u vre, v. t. To surpass, or get an advantage of, in maneuvering; to outwit or frustrate by clever stratagems; to outgeneral. [1913 Webster +PJC] …

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  • 2outmaneuver — index beat (defeat), circumvent, dupe, elude, ensnare, illude, pettifog, surmount …

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  • 3outmaneuver — or outmanoeuvre [out′mə no͞o′vər] vt. outmanneuvered or outmanoeuvred, outmanneuvering or outmanoeuvring to maneuver with better effect than; outwit …

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  • 4outmaneuver — verb defeat by more skillful maneuvering (Freq. 1) The English troops outmaneuvered the Germans My new supervisor knows how to outmaneuver the boss in most situations • Syn: ↑outmanoeuvre, ↑outsmart • Hypernyms: ↑outdo, ↑ …

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  • 5outmaneuver — /owt meuh nooh veuhr/, v.t. 1. to outwit, defeat, or frustrate by maneuvering. 2. to outdo or surpass in maneuvering or maneuverability. [1790 1800; OUT + MANEUVER] * * * …

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  • 6outmaneuver — verb To perform movements comparatively more adroitly or successfully …

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  • 7outmaneuver — Synonyms and related words: bamboozle, beat, beat all hollow, beat hollow, beguile, best, betray, bluff, cajole, cheat on, circumvent, conjure, deceive, defeat, delude, destroy, diddle, do in, double cross, drub, dupe, elude, evade, fix, foil,… …

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  • 8outmaneuver — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. outwit, outdo, excel; see defeat 1 , exceed . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To get the better of by cleverness or cunning: outsmart, outthink, outwit, overreach. See WIN …

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  • 9outmaneuver — out|ma|neu|ver [ ,autmə nuvər ] verb transitive to defeat or gain an advantage over someone by being more clever or skillful than they are …

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  • 10outmaneuver — v. move into a superior position; outwit; be superior in handling and maneuvering …

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  • 11outmaneuver — out•ma•neu•ver [[t]ˌaʊt məˈnu vər[/t]] v. t. 1) to outwit or defeat by maneuvering 2) to surpass in maneuvering • Etymology: 1790–1800 …

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  • 12Outmanoeuvre — Outmaneuver Out ma*neu ver, Outmanoeuvre Out ma*n[oe]u vre, v. t. To surpass, or get an advantage of, in maneuvering; to outwit or frustrate by clever stratagems; to outgeneral. [1913 Webster +PJC] …

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  • 13Zhou Enlai — This is a Chinese name; the family name is Zhou. Zhou Enlai 周恩来 1st Premier of the People s Republic of China In offic …

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  • 14zero — /zear oh/, n., pl. zeros, zeroes, v., zeroed, zeroing, adj. n. 1. the figure or symbol 0, which in the Arabic notation for numbers stands for the absence of quantity; cipher. 2. the origin of any kind of measurement; line or point from which all… …

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  • 15rocket and missile system — ▪ weapons system Introduction       any of a variety of weapons systems that deliver explosive warheads to their targets by means of rocket propulsion.       Rocket is a general term used broadly to describe a variety of jet propelled missiles… …

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  • 16army — n. 1) to command, lead; drill, train; rally an army 2) to mobilize, raise an army 3) to equip, supply an army 4) to array, commit, deploy, field; concentrate, mass an army 5) to inspect, muster, review an army 6) to encircle, envelop, surround;… …

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  • 17outflank — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. bypass, surround, outmaneuver; see defeat 1 , 2 , pass 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. outmaneuver, outfox, outwit, thwart …

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  • 18outthink — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. outguess, outplan, outsmart, outmaneuver, think better than; see also defeat 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To get the better of by cleverness or cunning: outmaneuver, outsmart, outwit, overreach. See WIN …

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  • 19juke — Ⅰ. juke1 also jook (jo͞ok, jo͝ok) Southeastern US n. ▸ A roadside or rural establishment offering liquor, dancing, and often gambling and prostitution. Also called juke house, juke joint. intr.v. juked, juk·ing, jukes also jooked or jook·ing or …

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  • 20juke — ☆ juke [jo͞ok ] [orig. uncert.] [Slang] SportsSports Slang vt. juked, juking to outmaneuver by a feint or other deceptive movement vi. to outmaneuver someone in such a manner …

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