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    1. He really outdid himself this time—

    2. He truly outdid himself

    3. paws on my paper and I had a great fall that outdid Humpty

    4. “You really outdid yourself this time Reema, it was the best gravy I've ever had

    5. “I thought the cook outdid himself with the salmon, but the dessert was a delight too,” my close friend added

    6. “Gosh Henri - the three of us really outdid ourselves on that one

    7. She really outdid herself this time!” Kathy added ruefully as she gazed down at herself and then around at her two maids of honor and seven bridesmaids

    8. As for the outfits and decorations, Mary Meadows outdid herself with her youngest daughter’s wedding

    9. ‘Well, Molly outdid herself; the total numbers are

    10. An odor that almost outdid the stench of the trash wafted toward her

    11. “You two really outdid yourselves this time,” Aazuria commented

    12. Guess I outdid myself, he thought, running a hand through his hair

    13. "They completely outdid themselves this time

    14. All because they instantly took on, and copied the worst practices of their social peers… and outdid them

    15. (they called her Mademoiselle de Froidfond) outdid each other in expressions of admiration

    16. Blucher outdid Roguet

    17. Cosette outdid him

    1. Still, it’s hard to outdo PETA itself

    2. Present the Best and Outdo the Rest

    3. shows trying to outdo the earlier ones for sensationalism

    4. They loved to make elaborate colour patterns in their suits, and always tried to outdo each other with more outrageous designs

    5. The drama queens are stumbling all over each other to outdo

    6. trying to outdo each other

    7. “So this clown in a biker outfit thinks he can outdo me! We will see about that,” said Octavio sinisterly

    8. They gave themselves one month and each tried to outdo the other by any means necessary

    9. , was a game in which the contestants stroveto outdo each other in throwing a heavy iron bar

    10. Imperative to outdo that cry, Kifter checked again to ensure everyone was present

    11. At the outset of Christianity, Rome and its cohorts went to great lengths to outdo the assertions

    12. He talks much about the second death, and sets his head to outdo it; to make it a farce

    13. stories that outdo Baron Munchausen; he can imagine the tal est

    14. “Olé!” respond his California followers, trying to outdo them

    15. You will have occasion for your best manhood, and for a sharper wit than what is to be gathered in books, afore you outdo the cunning or get the better of the courage of a Mingo

    16. Anxiously awaiting the impending slaughter the men kept tearing into it as usual, for they generally keep working in the usual way, each one trying to outdo the others so as not to lose his chance of being one of the lucky one

    17. “I can outdo most of the men in this town,” she said, and Merthin did not doubt it

    18. Each tried to outdo the other in gloomy prognostications for the upcoming regatta

    19. A short while later Allan Mayes and I met up at a New Year’s Eve party and tried to outdo each other with the songs we knew how to play

    20. O I had heard tell of Colley Cibber, the Comedian, and his Whoremaster Son, Theophilus (who was then beginning his notorious Career as a Player at the Drury Lane), but little did I expect that such a noted Buffoon would be my first Swain at Mother Coxtart’s Brothel! E’en in Wiltshire, ’twas known that the young Cibber suffer’d mightily from his Father’s Notoriety, his Whoring, Gaming, and Debauchery—and sought to outdo his ev’ry Excess

    21. “I can see really, really far,” said Dylan, not missing a chance to outdo Fang

    22. ‘And suppose they outdo my Milka at once!’ he thought as he rode with ‘Uncle’ and Ilagin toward the hare

    23. But when he beheld the wealthy manufacturer Madeleine going to low mass at seven o'clock, he perceived in him a possible candidate, and resolved to outdo him; he took a Jesuit confessor, and went to high mass and to vespers

    24. European governments try to outdo one another, ever increasing their armaments, and compelled at last to adopt the expedient of a general conscription as a means of enrolling the greatest number of troops at the smallest possible expense

    25. “And suppose they outdo my Mílka at once!” he thought as he rode with “Uncle” and Ilágin toward the hare

    26. Then he would say to me, ‘No, not for all the world!’ and I should reply, ‘Prince Nechludoff, it is in vain for you to attempt to outdo me in nobility

    1. A sense of humor that far outdoes mine, I’m afraid

    2. And when the positive energy outdoes the negative? Well, wondrous things can happen, and do

    1. They both looked to their left as another blast shook the hall: Tom Allen and Otto Skorzeni were firing short bursts at maximum cyclic rate under the watchful eyes of Mike Crawford, obviously intent on outdoing each other

    2. After that, through practice and determination, he went on to attain unrivalled proficiency in swimming, outdoing even the best of swimmers

    3. But their numbers and their outdoing thee upper-class turned them into an even worse evil of mass hypocrisy

    1. not to be outdone in the soreness of their mouths

    2. The chef has certainly outdone himself this time, Zarko thought

    3. Mother had outdone herself

    4. I ran all over the estate making sure everything was in place for Lucky’s party, the place looked great; Linda had truly outdone herself

    5. never outdone in generosity, and that the least

    6. Matthew’s friend Stephen not to be outdone had also got one



    9. he said slowly, not to be outdone by the Canadian's logic, "just supposing the Romanov gold is on dry land

    10. "Or Napoleon miscalculated the severity of the Russian winter," suggested Protopopoff not to be outdone

    11. only outdone in size by the Siberian tiger

    12. The simulation creation gang at Eretz had outdone themselves

    13. Not to be outdone I chimed in, “I heard of a guy who won the lottery and after a few months died of a heart attack

    14. She simply would not be outdone

    15. Peter Durant, the very same man you met back at the beginning of this story, began a list of fortune cookie fortunes that would never be outdone

    16. Obeast, not to be outdone by his smaller kindred, hurled an insult at the car, an insult common to trolls: “You couldn’t burp with a belly full of beer,” he said in dark, barely audible tones

    17. Not to be outdone, Geza raised him a finger

    18. Not to be outdone, Macedonian television is now awash with a lengthy ad depicting the precocious leader berating his pusillanimous and craven commanders ahead of a crucial battle

    19. Baby Man, who was not to be outdone, explained this is how large rafts were steered in the world he came from, especially where the water was deep—as it was here

    20. The author’s pink face glowed with satisfaction at this blatant flattery, and not to be outdone he

    21. ‘Never before with the same conviction and feeling,’ he said not to be outdone

    22. Yet, in the divine plane, Allah, the All Knowing, might have come to know about the brewing plot to assassinate His Messenger, and He, not the One to be outdone by Hubal’s men, could have helped Muhammad in his flight, along with Abu Bakr, to Medina, the then Yathrib

    23. Venarya had outdone herself this time

    24. ‘Specially seeing how our current mankind has outdone all of his predecessors for cruelty, injustice, greed and wasting all he was given! No woman (untrained by man) would do or order to be done all that is going on in the world today, which is more of, and worse than, what went on in the last few millennia

    25. Not to be outdone, Darek patted himself in the chest and said,

    26. But she was not about to be outdone so easily

    27. “You’ve outdone yourself,” Mrs Gold grinned at me

    28. I softly laid a hand on his shoulder, refusing to be outdone or to be treated like some helpless princess stuck in a tower

    29. 'Both,' said I promptly, determined not to be outdone as a prophet by Papa

    30. Not to be outdone, Cap’n chimed in

    31. Not to be outdone, the third one comes up with

    32. Answered back with equal warmth and with equal variety--sometimes, he suspected, annoyed at being outdone in epithet, with even more

    33. Then, determined not to be outdone, he said:

    34. A rambunctious and supportive crowd can motivate a team, but neither side wanted to be outdone by the other

    35. The Mercedes was outdone in size, and swerved

    36. Her eyes, not to be outdone by the emerald,

    37. able old boats were soon to be outdone by the railroad

    38. My words were rewarded with a smile that would’ve outdone the sun for brilliance

    39. Elsie had outdone herself this time

    40. Not to be outdone by a man, Kyrin quickly stripped and then dove into the water, coming up beside him, “There

    41. To replace them with better than they, and We are not to be outdone

    42. The little citizen, not to be outdone, declared her to be a celestial witness

    43. Wèdid' London to our heart's content, thanks to Fred and Frank, and were sorry to go away, for though English people are slow to take you in, when they once make up their minds to do it they cannot be outdone in hospitality, I think

    44. But unfortunately in bestowing these embraces, a pin in her ladyship's head dress slightly scratching the child's neck, produced from this pattern of gentleness such violent screams, as could hardly be outdone by any creature professedly noisy

    45. The state of Colorado to be outdone by some United States territory? The healthy and fit Coloradans would have none of this rubbish and in droves relentlessly inculcated enacting this initiative into law will immutably affirm Colorado being the first state to seriously combat obesity

    46. Now, I think it would not be wise to show any undue solicitude to meet him, and I would employ you, an officer of rank, as my substitute; for it would but ill comport with the honor of Scotland to let it be said one of her gentlemen was outdone in civility by a native of any other country on earth

    47. "Ah, reason and calculation are often outdone by accident," returned the scout

    48. Sarah Pocket and Georgiana contended who should remain last; but Sarah was too knowing to be outdone, and ambled round Georgiana with that artful slipperiness that the latter was obliged to take precedence

    49. Bertuccio had outdone himself in the taste displayed in furnishing, and in the rapidity with which it was executed

    50. before a new spectator—not to be outdone by Oblonsky—that too was a thought that crossed his brain

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