Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outfox.(verb)
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Use "outfoxes" in a sentence
"If by "outfoxes" you mean "looks stupid and ineffective" than I completely agree with your analysis."
"He works with the Roslin administration and the Quorum, even after Lee outfoxes him to become interim president, and his breaking point — back to the old ways, as it were — comes when the fleet is ready to embrace the alliance."
"He never bores you with his twists and turns, and he outfoxes everyone."