Outleap Out*leap", v. t. To surpass in leaping. [1913 Webster]

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  • outleap — /owt leep /, v., outleaped or outleapt, outleaping. v.t. 1. to leap ahead of or over. 2. to surpass in leaping. v.i. 3. to leap forth. [1590 1600; OUT + LEAP] * * * …   Universalium

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  • outleap — v. jump in front of, jump forward …   English contemporary dictionary

  • outleap — out•leap′ v. leaped or leapt, leap•ing …   From formal English to slang

  • outleap — /aʊtˈlip/ (say owt leep) verb (t) (outleapt or outleaped, outleaping) to surpass or defeat in leaping; to leap higher or further than …   Australian English dictionary

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