verb (used with object), out·bid, out·bid·den or out·bid, out·bid·ding.
Related formsout·bid·der, noun
Examples from the Web for outbid
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.
With the sanction of the Senate, Drusus now endeavored to outbid Gracchus.A Smaller History of Rome|William Smith and Eugene Lawrence
The Englishman had outbid his rival by a few pounds, but he, in turn, was soon distanced by an advance of several hundred dollars.Ticket No. "9672"|Jules Verne
So, whenever you are inclined to sell, Maltravers, I think we must outbid Doltimore.Alice, or The Mysteries, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
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
At the last auction he had outbid Pa in everything, not having the fear of his wife before his eyes.Chronicles of Avonlea|Lucy Maud Montgomery