verb (used with object), out·wit·ted, out·wit·ting.
Examples from the Web for outwit
Will a sage coach like John Calipari be able to outwit a relative newcomer in Kevin Ollie, he of a mere two seasons on the job?Was Aaron Harrison’s Game-Winning Three-Pointer ‘Clutch’?|Robert Silverman|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Doris Lessing invented Jane Somers to outwit indifferent publishers.
The layman could not outwit him, it is true, but he could steal something of the craft that he could not rival.
The Princess saw that her only hope was to outwit the fox, and she immediately thought of a plan to gain her end.Edmund Dulacs Fairy-Book|Edmund Dulac
The canceling of the terms of indenture, he regarded as a secret act, intended merely to outwit his opponent.
The vulgar acquired the quibbling method of the schools, and employed it to outwit the less cunning.History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
"I don't expect we shall be, but if we are, I think I can promise to outwit them," Campbell assured him.Who?|Elizabeth Kent