verb (used with object), out·ma·noeu·vred, out·ma·noeu·vring.
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Historical Examples of outmanoeuvre
Mr. Slope, however, flattered himself that he could outmanoeuvre the lady.Barchester Towers
To outmanoeuvre their oars as he had done the ship's sails, Amyas knew was impossible.Westward Ho!
The Captain kept after his man and attempted to outmanoeuvre him.
Finally, he trusted that Villeneuve, when burdened with Spanish ships, would outwit and outmanoeuvre Nelson!The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)
John Holland Rose
For I tell you plainly, if you cannot find some way to outmanoeuvre this villain before to-morrow, I am spent.A Gentleman of France