verb (used with object), out·jock·eyed, out·jock·ey·ing.

to outmaneuver: We outjockeyed the competition and got our bid in first.

Origin of outjockey

First recorded in 1705–15; out- + jockey
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Historical Examples of outjockey

  • Outbid him, outjockey him, overreach him, but never forget to make him believe he knows more of the game than you do.

British Dictionary definitions for outjockey



(tr) to outwit by deception
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