By Jerome Groopman, New Yorker Researchers get closer to outwitting a killer.
They can be unfettered opportunists, with nothing to think of but outwitting the enemy and saving their property and their skins.
He is not nearly so smart as Lightfoot in outwitting hunters.
I must ask this help from you, in order to succeed, if humanly possible, in outwitting the infamous work of a gang of traitors.
But there was zest in this outwitting of men who would have defrauded the settlers if they could.
He had a habit of stratagem, a pleasure in outwitting all who came near him.
Little dreamt they why he was treating them to the spectacle, or how cleverly he was outwitting them.
Then she told the story of Flora Lockhart, and disclosed a plan for outwitting the skipper that had just come to her mind.
How she had played with him, tricking him, fooling him, outwitting him—and yet loving him.
If the sun were in the sky there would be ground for their hope of outwitting him.