Definition for outran (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), out·ran, out·run, out·run·ning.
Examples from the Web for outran
Her faculties were furiously awake under the strain she bore, and outran his slow cunning.In The Palace Of The King|F. Marion Crawford
The demand for his latest work was so great that it outran the supply.London and the Kingdom - Volume III|Reginald R. Sharpe
The next morning he ran with the second giant, whom he also outran, killed and beheaded.The Indian Fairy Book|Cornelius Mathews
John outran Peter and was the first to look into the empty tomb.The First Easter|J. H. Willard
So they ran races; and the Boy, trained among the hills, outran the others.The Valley of Vision|Henry Van Dyke