[ out-poo l ]
/ ˌaʊtˈpʊl /
verb (used with object)
to exceed in ability to attract an audience, attention, etc.; outdraw: a film that is outpulling every other movie in town.
Origin of outpull
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Examples from the Web for outpull
To run your eyes over him, you'd think he could outpull three dogs of his own weight.
You've got a span of mules that can outpull my yoke of oxen any day.Asa Holmes|Annie Fellows Johnston