verb (used with object)
Examples from the Web for outflank
The competition too often becomes about who can outflank their fellow travelers.Partisan Journalists Are Following the Money All Too Literally|John Avlon|November 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The most acute risk comes from those who outflank radicals with deeper radicalism.
He even recruited a few of his former agency handlers, once retired, to help him outflank the CIA.Must-Reads: ‘The Last Nude,’ ‘Arrows of the Night,’ and ‘The Fallback Plan’|Bruce Riedel, Lauren Elkin, Drew Nellins|January 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To woo back Tea Party support from Perry, she has to outflank him to the right, and she risks going too far.
They form circles of regiments in order to outflank the enemy.The Story of the Zulu Campaign|Waller Ashe
Boyd tried to outflank the British left and Nairne's company was sent forward to charge for one of the enemy's guns.A Canadian Manor and Its Seigneurs|George M. Wrong
Roberts's aim was to outflank and possibly to capture Cronje's army.The Great Boer War|Arthur Conan Doyle
But they might outflank him and come in to the right or left of him.On the Yukon Trail|Roy J. Snell
Dundonald was instructed to work in rear of the infantry and outflank any detachment of the enemy that might appear on the Nek.A Handbook of the Boer War|Gale and Polden, Limited