verb (used with object), out·vot·ed, out·vot·ing.
- outward bound,
Origin of outvote
Examples from the Web for outvote
Our defeats we claimed as victories, inasmuch as we forced our opponents to bring out all their friends to outvote us.
If the holders of these seats were debarred from voting, the Populists could outvote the Republicans.The Agrarian Crusade|Solon J. Buck
A number of these kings and princelings, combining in the Bundesrat, can outvote the powerful king of Prussia.Face to Face with Kaiserism|James W. Gerard
I don't want to interfere in your plans, and as you would be two to one of course you could outvote me if I did.Dorothy's Double|G. A. Henty
Now Rockingham and his friends needed aid from somebody to give them the strength to outvote Grenville and the Tories.A Short History of the United States|Edward Channing