outskate

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EtymologyEdit

out- +‎ skate

VerbEdit

outskate ‎(third-person singular simple present outskates, present participle outskating, simple past and past participle outskated)

  1. (ice hockey, skating) To skate better than another skater
    • 2009, January 24, “Juliet Macur”[New York Times], Weir and Lysacek Find Company at the Top:
      “Jeremy outskated him right after he skated well,” Abbott’s coach, Tom Zakrajsek, said of Abbott’s short program after Lysacek’s strong performance.

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