To surpass (another) in cleverness or cunning; outsmart.(verb-transitive)
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Use "outfox" in a sentence
"This hasn't faded: he jibed in his most recent interview that he always aims to "outfox the media.""
"It was just a game and they needed to outfox Clementi to get to the next level."
"For now, I think it'll be interesting to see these two try to outfox each other."