Outlead definition

To lead out.
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To bring about, produce.
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(intransitive) To exceed others in leading or leadership.
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To lead better than another.
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Origin of outlead

  • From Middle English outleden (“to lead out”), from Old English ūtlǣdan (“to lead or bring out”), from ūt- (“out”) + lǣdan (“to lead”). More at out, lead.

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  • From out- (beyond, surpassing-) +‎ lead.

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