outshoot[o̵ut′sho̵̅o̅t′; for n. o̵ut′s̸ho̵̅o̅t′]
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to shoot out; protrude
- a shooting or being shot out
- that which shoots out or protrudes
- ☆ Baseball curve
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transitive verb out·shot , out·shoot·ing, out·shoots
To shoot better than (another): a pistol that easily outshoots others in its class; a basketball player who outshot all others on the team.noun
A protuberance, projection, or outgrowth: outshoots of brush on the high mountain slopes.