verb (used with object), out·gen·er·aled, out·gen·er·al·ing or (especially British) out·gen·er·alled, out·gen·er·al·ling.
Origin of outgeneral
Examples from the Web for outgeneral
There were many signs, and I had to be always on the lookout to outgeneral them.Death Valley in '49|William Lewis Manly
In any game from stud-poker to marketing mining stock Mr. Wingfield can outwit, outmaneuver and outgeneral a hundred like "Larry."My Adventures with Your Money|George Graham Rice
To outgeneral Lee, Grant well knew required a greater master of the art of war than himself.The Life of Jefferson Davis|Frank H. Alfriend
With the strategy of a Napoleon, this extraordinary man could outgeneral all who were pitted against him.Makers and Romance of Alabama History|B. F. Riley
I, in common with others, was much annoyed by their cattle, but desiring peace I studied how to outgeneral these cattle.Forty Years Among the Indians|Daniel W. Jones