Crossword clues for outgun
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
vb. (context transitive English) to be more heavily armed than, to have more firepower than
Usage examples of "outgun".
They could not hope to outgun or outbluff the likes of the Keiretsu and the FFF.
We are heavily outgunned, and planetside defense batteries on Kaden have opened fire, causing severe damage.
But still the rebels fought on, outnumbered and outgunned, making the Empire forces pay for every foot of ground they gained.
The rebels themselves remained outnumbered and outgunned, and the longer the fighting went on, the worse the odds against them grew.
He would be outnumbered and very probably outgunned, but he had surprise on his side.
Americans came away with a great deal of respect for the Republican Guards, who fought on despite being outnumbered, outgunned, and outmatched in every way.
Outnumbered though they were, outgunned though they were, the humans were clever about using well-honed skills and an almost devilish ingenuity to defeat the assaults of the Posleen.
Texican can be outgunned and outmanned when the odds are a million to one and the other side has unlimited metals and arms.
Sammy was having in a war against an outgunned, outmanned populace to the south.
Geek weapons, outgunned and outranged anything the Stinkers possessed.
He’d become aware how great a fear there’d been, especially among scientists on Pell during the War, that Cyteen, outgunned and outmaneuvered in space by the Fleet, would use biologics as a way of destroying Downbelow.
He'd become aware how great a fear there'd been, especially among scientists on Pell during the War, that Cyteen, outgunned and outmaneuvered in space by the Fleet, would use biologics as a way of destroying Downbelow.
We have one ace in the hole, but otherwise we're outnumbered and outgunned.
Toby would have liked to cheer on the rebels, outnumbered and outgunned but still refusing to be beaten, but he couldn't, not if he ever wanted the film he was risking his life to get to be shown in the Empire.
In 1990, he predicts, go-carts will outgun Indy cars and dune buggies won't need wheels.