- to march faster or farther than.
Origin of outmarch
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Examples from the Web for outmarch
Weuns could outfight and outmarch you bluebellied Yanks every time.Drum Taps in Dixie
Delavan S. Miller
That night the Turkish army, reinforced, was trying to outmarch us.The Secrets of a Kuttite
Edward O. Mousley
In the meanwhile, there are one or two reasons why I should outmarch Herrero if it can be done.Long Odds</p>
They began to respect the men who could outmarch them and outlive them on the range.The Passing of the Frontier
Neither army being able to outmarch the other, both drew up masses of pikes in parallel lines.