verb (used with object), outdrew, outdrawn, outdrawing.
to a gun, revolver, etc., from a holster, faster than (an opponent or competitor):
She could outdraw any member of the club.
to prove a greater attraction than; exceed in attracting an audience, patrons, attention, etc.:
She outdraws all male stars at the box office.
[out-drahyv] /ˈaʊtˌdraɪv/ adjective, noun, Nautical. 1. .
[doo-uh l, dyoo-] /ˈdu əl, ˈdyu-/ noun 1. a prearranged combat between two persons, fought with deadly weapons according to an accepted code of procedure, especially to settle a private quarrel. 2. any contest between two persons or parties. verb (used with or without object), dueled, dueling or (especially British) duelled, duelling. 3. to fight […]
[out-dwel-er] /ˈaʊtˌdwɛl ər/ noun 1. a person who dwells away from or is remote from a particular place.
[eet] /it/ verb (used with object), ate [eyt; especially British et] /eɪt; especially British ɛt/ (Show IPA) or (Archaic) eat [et, eet] /ɛt, it/ (Show IPA), eaten or (Archaic) eat [et, eet] /ɛt, it/ (Show IPA), eating. 1. to take into the mouth and swallow for nourishment; chew and swallow (food). 2. to consume by […]