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Dance better than (someone else).
- ‘She has a satyr boyfriend, tons of homework to fit in, tests to study for and rivals to outdance while trying to save the campus from the various bad guys who seek to claim the node as their own.’
- ‘He outdanced 150 other male dancers to land a spot in the company.’
- ‘You take your ride into various cities, cruise the strip, and enter competitions in which you must literally outdance a rival car.’
- ‘He may be staring down 60 but he's determined to outdance the Reaper.’
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