verb (used with object), out·dis·tanced, out·dis·tanc·ing.
Origin of outdistance
Examples from the Web for outdistance
Juhani picked himself up, shut his lips tightly together, and tried again and again until he could outdistance many of the boys.Our Little Finnish Cousin|Clara Vostrovsky Winlow
He walked smartly away, not only to outdistance the lodging-house keeper's voice, but because he was confused and disappointed.Sheila of Big Wreck Cove|James A. Cooper
Her voice was sobbing now, but she kept on, and she set a pace that Harkness could not outdistance.Astounding Stories, May, 1931|Various
Rynch sat up, his heart pounding as if he had been racing to outdistance the rising wind now pushing against his half-naked body.Star Hunter|Andre Alice Norton
No, the only thing to do is to keep on until we outdistance him, and then jump into the boat and make a quick getaway.Tom Fairfield in Camp|Allen Chapman