verb (used with object), out·did, out·done, out·do·ing.
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That is to say, if your content outdoes your competitors’, then their better Core Web Vitals scores won’t mean much in SERPs.Are Core Web Vitals worth the trouble? And confusion around passage ranking; Tuesday’s daily brief|Carolyn Lyden|February 16, 2021|Search Engine Land
Many authors are lauded for successfully capturing the zeitgeist but Zweig outdid them all.
After an uproar that outdid any cases Monti ever had involving only humans, the case was eventually dropped.Woman Bites Her Dog, Illinois Police Say, Charging Analise Garner With the Assault|Michael Daly|May 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If Reinhart managed to do anything, he outdid actor James Denton in the uncomfortable witness category.
The ratings for his long-awaited interview outdid any French newscast since the urban riots of 2005.
Savary thought he outdid himself, accomplishing in one month what elsewhere would have been, even for him, the work of three.
Mr. Webster outdid himself in giant efforts—and though old and sick, he wrought with mighty strength.The Trial of Theodore Parker|Theodore Parker
The allies no sooner obtained possession of central Europe than they outdid its recent master in every species of exaction.
Miss Hope persuaded the two men to stay to dinner, and she and Miss Charity fairly outdid themselves in their cooking.Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil|Alice B. Emerson
On the occasion that I speak of, the company was a large one, and I outdid myself in my pains to succeed.Paul Gosslett's Confessions in Love, Law, and The Civil Service|Charles James Lever