From out- + talk.
outtalk (third-person singular simple present outtalks, present participle outtalking, simple past and past participle outtalked)
- (transitive) To overpower, outdo, or surpass in talking.
2009 May 10, Adam Nagourney, “Governor Clintonism?”, in New York Times:
- McAuliffe was no less gregarious toward his rivals, who were also making the rounds — Moran, a former state delegate, and State Senator R. Creigh Deeds — even as he outtalked, out-handshook, outspent, outhustled, outshouted and just plain outcampaigned them across Richmond.
- (transitive) To outwit by talking.