verb (used with object), out·paced, out·pac·ing.
Origin of outpace
Examples from the Web for outpace
The assumption was that America would always be smart enough to outpace nature.At the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, a Steady Drip of Toxic Trouble|Eric Nusbaum|February 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The prices paid for health care continues to outpace the prices paid for everything else.
With income inequality on the rise and an uncertain economic forecast, CEO compensation continues to outpace the stock market.
But more likely, he joins but does not outpace the top tier.
And we have to earn enough to outpace inflation if we want to improve our lives.
Faster and faster rushed the car in futile attempt to outpace the whispered treason.Christopher Hibbault, Roadmaker|Marguerite Bryant
A good runner may outpace an elephant on level ground for a short sprint.Life in an Indian Outpost|Gordon Casserly
He did not gain on me, it is true; but neither did I outpace him.Miss Cayley's Adventures|Grant Allen
This was the situation when we set out for Nancy, our big car running slowly, in order not to outpace the rickety Red Cross cab.Everyman's Land|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
Each side endeavoured to outpace the other, with the object of surrounding the enemy's marching wing.Ypres and the Battles of Ypres|Unknown