Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outmatch.(verb)
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Use "outmatches" in a sentence
"The U.S. is no longer the exceptional capitalist economy whose growth performance outmatches all others."
"The comment, from an unnamed source quoted in the Washington Post, came in response to a suggestion from Andrew N.D. Yang, Taiwan's vice minister of defense, that the U.S. might sell Taiwan the state-of-the-art F-35, which outmatches every fighter in China's arsenal and could restore Taiwan's old qualitative edge."
"Sure enough, Alice effortlessly outmatches Jasper, finally swooping up from behind and planting a quick kiss on his neck."