verb (used with object), out·did, out·done, out·do·ing.
- outdoor relief,
Origin of outdo
Examples from the Web for outdo
The reporter noted that they have now grown back—so perhaps she had not managed to outdo Dillinger, after all.
Instead, the perception was that they would attempt to outdo each other in the public eye.Michelle Obama and Ann Romney: First Ladies of Style|Robin Givhan|October 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
So how did he outdo himself once again without even running for office?Mayor Bloomberg, Chris Christie, Anderson Cooper and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|July 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Since 1920, the Republicans have not managed to outdo the Democrats among Jewish voters.
All of us tried a little harder just because I think we wanted to outdo one another.New Tiger Woods Porno Will Be Released in Time for the Masters|Richard Abowitz|April 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
St. Louis means to outdo Chicago, and this time Chicago will surely be outdone.In to the Yukon|William Seymour Edwards
It remained, however, for another Italian naval officer to outdo those who "dared the undarable" at Buccari.Lest We Forget|John Gilbert Thompson
In fact, they often risked their lives in bad weather, when there was no occasion for it, that one might outdo the other.Jacob Faithful|Captain Frederick Marryat
They are caught by the contagious enthusiasm of our patriotism, and will outdo us; for they love America as no native can love it.On the Trail of The Immigrant|Edward A. Steiner
On the contrary, each one upon getting his raking tried to outdo the others in noisy applause.The Song of Songs|Hermann Sudermann