Outsmart in a sentence as a verb

"Oh you're using this weird contraption to outsmart me ?

Dear intarweb, please stop trying to outsmart safari on iOS.

Meanwhile smartasses will still be picking "2", and smartasses who think they can outsmart those smartasses will be picking "3".

Hedge fund traders are trying to outsmart other hedge funds in a winner-take-all market.

Somehow it seems like these clever folks who are trying to outsmart the charity's game might not be so altruistic.

The general recommendation was to not try to outsmart the compiler.

Here's what I'll provide:No story survives contact with the players: they will always outsmart you and come up with a novel solution to your best-designed traps.

These were often set up as complex double and triple bluffs because the folks in charge knew that their prisoner would try to trick them back and therefore they had to outsmart the prisoner.

Nothing wrong with profits, just keep in mind that you can't outsmart the whole world forever: like arbitrage in an efficient marketplace, your low hanging fruit are eventually picked by everyone.

The trick with Bitcoin trading as with all forms of commodity trading is to somehow outsmart most other investors and time the market better than everyone else who trades Bitcoins.

"As a general recommendation I advise database developers to avoid exactly this sort of "outsmart the planner""Probably wise in general.

Inevitably, there's always that one nerd in there with serious penis envy who tries to re-assert his "dominance" by trying to "outsmart" the job candidate to make him or her look bad by throwing some super hard core question that makes said nerd look like a badass at the poor guy doing his best, and then trying to make the interviewee look like an *** when s/he can't answer it.

Outsmart definitions


beat through cleverness and wit; "I beat the traffic"; "She outfoxed her competitors"

See also: outwit overreach outfox beat circumvent


defeat by more skillful maneuvering; "The English troops outmaneuvered the Germans"; "My new supervisor knows how to outmaneuver the boss in most situations"

See also: outmaneuver outmanoeuvre