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If ISIS fails in its quest to outbid and spoil the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, it could very well be on the path of total defeat.Why ISIS Attacked the Kabul Airport—and What’s Coming Next|Dennis Murphy|August 27, 2021|The Daily Beast
It’s challenging to work with families here who have good jobs and have saved up money over the years, only to be outbid by cash buyers from outside the valley, sight unseen.Did the Pandemic Finally End the Modern-Day Ski Bum?|syadron|August 5, 2021|Outside Online
Marketplace’s lead anecdote in a story titled “Institutional investors are still competition for homebuyers” is about a first-time buyer who bid on six houses and was outbid by all-cash offers.
Marketplace reported the same, noting one buyer had been outbid six times by all-cash offers.
In this case, the campaign was set up to run only on our site and to outbid any competing advertisers.This tool lets you confuse Google’s ad network, and a test shows it works|Konstantin Kakaes|January 6, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Fox Sports outbid ESPN and NBC for the rights to the next World Cup, counting on even greater soccermania four years from now.
You will be able to outbid Obama and the Democrats in any tax-cut fight.Doomsday Conservatives: Too Many Hormones, Too Little Plan|David Frum|December 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Other Hamas leaders were trying to outbid Meshaal, just as Hamas in general tries to outbid the PA.
People with higher incomes can bid up and outbid people with less money for desirable goods and services, in this case, housing.
Berkshire Hathaway got outbid, but still made nearly $1 billion on the deal.
If there was, he would be the man to say it rather than allow himself to be outbid by mob-leaders of the socialistic feather.
Austria must throw itself entirely into the hands of France,—and endeavor to outbid your Majesty.'History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XIII. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
The people, in gratitude for the past, and in anxiety for the future, outbid one another in servility to Russia.
Many people wished to buy the cow, but the young man outbid them all, and at length offered all his seventy piasters for her.
So he came up to the old man, and, having outbid all the other would-be purchasers, paid at once the price he had agreed on.