to surpass in shooting, as in accuracy or in number of shots made.
to shoot beyond.
to shoot (something) out; send forth: a tree outshooting its roots.
to shoot forth; project: sparks outshooting from the fire.
an act or instance of shooting out: an outshoot of his fist that staggered his opponent.
something that shoots out: a row of outshoots from the soil.
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How to use outshoot in a sentence
He was jack-fool enough to think that with this leather pipe he could outshoot the best archer in Christendom.Sir Nigel | Arthur Conan Doyle
The first ball was an outshoot that just cut the corner of the plate.Baseball Joe, Home Run King | Lester Chadwick
There was scarce a man in the Cumberlands or the Appalachians who could outshoot him.Short Stories of the New America | Various
Time was when I could outshoot thee three matches in four; now should I miss the side of a house at a hundred paces.Sea-Dogs All! | Tom Bevan
Delicate Forbes could outshoot and outride even Jed Brower when he chose, and his courage with cattle was that of a man.A Voice in the Wilderness | Grace Livingston Hill
British Dictionary definitions for outshoot
(tr) to surpass or excel in shooting
to go or extend beyond (something)
a thing that projects or shoots out
the act or state of shooting out or protruding
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