[out-muhs-uh l]

verb (used with object), out·mus·cled, out·mus·cling.

to get the better of or dominate by virtue of superior strength or force.

Origin of outmuscle

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Contemporary Examples of outmuscle

  • I think Romney's fundamental strategy is to just outmuscle, out-organize and out-fundraise the field and, thereby, outlast 'em.

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    Why Mitt Romney Won't Be President

    Mark McKinnon

    April 12, 2011