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verb (used with object)
  1. to march faster or farther than.
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Origin of outmarch

First recorded in 1640–50; out- + march1
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Examples from the Web for outmarch

Historical Examples

  • Weuns could outfight and outmarch you bluebellied Yanks every time.

    Drum Taps in Dixie

    Delavan S. Miller

  • That night the Turkish army, reinforced, was trying to outmarch us.

    The Secrets of a Kuttite

    Edward O. Mousley

  • In the meanwhile, there are one or two reasons why I should outmarch Herrero if it can be done.

    Long Odds

    Harold Bindloss

  • They began to respect the men who could outmarch them and outlive them on the range.

  • Neither army being able to outmarch the other, both drew up masses of pikes in parallel lines.