outdrive

[ out-drahyv ]
/ ˈaʊtˌdraɪv /
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adjective, noun Nautical.

Origin of outdrive

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Examples from the Web for outdrive

  • Down the wind it was quite another story: I could outdrive her usefully with the wind behind.

    Fifty Years of Golf|Horace G. Hutchinson
  • Evelyn and Grant can outdrive me all right; but they're not in it with me on putting.

    The Main Chance|Meredith Nicholson
  • Isn't this the young man who had the presumption to outdrive me forty yards every time we stepped to a tee?

  • He wanted to outdrive the other by fifty yards and ordinarily would have done so.