One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
verboutstepping, outsteps, outstepped[with object]rare
Exceed.‘the author's claims don't outstep the bounds of reason’
- ‘With Sony, Nikon, and Canon boasting massive pixel resolutions, huge memory stores, and more compact yet laser precise lenses, it's no wonder that digital photography is outstepping SLR in interest and sales increases.’
- ‘I hope above all to teach young pupils who will outstep me and realize all that I foresee.’
- ‘From the earliest day that our collection outstepped our immediate research needs we began thinking in terms of public access.’
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