The Collaborative International Dictionary
outpower \out*pow"er\, v. t.
To excel in power; to overpover. [Obs.]
vb. (context transitive English) To surpass in power.
Usage examples of "outpower".
Their two Tommy-guns outpowered anything the cops could offer in reply.
Blaze attacks, then either cloaks his ship and slips away, or simply outpowers them and escapes.