Definition of outbuy in US English:

outbuy

verb

  • 1with object To ransom (a prisoner), to buy out of slavery; to buy out of (a state of sin) through the purchase of indulgences; to get rid of by buying. Compare to buy out.

  • 2with object To outdo in buying, buy more than. Formerly also: †to pay more for (something) than it is worth (obsolete).

Origin

Middle English. From out- + buy.

Pronunciation

outbuy

/ˌaʊtˈbʌɪ/