To exceed (another) in range: a ballistic missile that outranged all others in its class. (verb-transitive)
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Use "outrange" in a sentence
"TOOBIN: But that doesn't capture the real outrange, which is that these bankers, these insurance executives, who made such catastrophic decisions, are getting the taxpayers 'money in bonuses."
""There's a difference between outrange and being out of control," Coleman says."
"The social outrange was collected, focused and targeted into a political weapon and the enabling technology was the Internet."