verb (used with object)
to surpass in boxing: I've seen the champ outbox better fighters than this one.
Origin of outbox
a boxlike tray, basket, or the like, as on a desk, for holding outgoing mail, messages, or work.
Also called out-basket.
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Examples from the Web for outbox
Contemporary Examples of outbox
And then you discover the mistake only after the statement has departed the outbox.Romney: No Apology for Misguided Obama Slam?
September 12, 2012
Historical Examples of outbox
He could outrun, outride and outbox any boy of either side the Potomac, and had proved it in many contests of skill.Historic Boyhoods
Rupert Sargent Holland
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