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Frasi con outwitting (in inglese)

1. An Englishman living in Moscow succeeded in outwitting the pillagers.
2. We’ve got a bit of outwitting and rescuing to do, haven’t we?
3. She enjoyed outwitting her opponents but in his case she never seemed to know what he was going to do next.
4. Faith was the laughter, but felt no humor, no playfulness, only a sensation of successfully outwitting another mind.
5. They never got more than about a tablespoon of rice per man, but the accomplishment of outwitting their slaveholders was nourishment enough.

1. She had been outwitted.
2. Outwitted by a boy of ten.
3. But this man has outwitted nature.
4. Reluctantly he admitted he had been outwitted.
5. If you’ve outwitted him, he ’ll never forgive you.
6. Ky Ebright, it seemed, had somehow outwitted him again.
7. He turned—with the sneer of someone who had totally outwitted me.
8. He’d outwitted Stenarch, gaining even greater respect from the townspeople.
9. Maybe they feel they have outwitted the taxidermist, as his work will go unpaid.
10. The truth was that in the end he had not outwitted Godwyn – rather the reverse.
11. She had already outwitted him once; with a little luck she could do the same again.
12. You don’t want to admit that you were outwitted by a woman in the business world.
13. But she had outwitted him and for a moment she thought twice about giving the game away.
14. Is that what you might have expected me say? I expect you think you have outwitted the overseer?’.
15. The old fool was a slippery bastard and had outwitted even him, so the natives did not stand a chance.
16. Merthin and Caris outwitted you, didn’t they, Godwyn? Their mill at Wigleigh is entirely legitimate.
17. Arthur watched me and laughed, for the dog could not be fooled, and he said, Foxes are dumb, outwitted by a bone-headed dog.
18. Gideon with only three hundred men outwitted a Midianite army of thousands, deceiving them into thinking that he was much stronger than they.
19. He'd been outwitted at every turn by a very clever badger who, given the chance, would have no compunction in killing every last one of them.
20. Coxtart she saw as her Enemy, not her Protector, but an Enemy to be wheedl’d, cajol’d, and outwitted, whilst the other Wenches she conceiv’d not as True Friends, but rather as Temporary Allies, to be woo’d when they could proffer Aid and Assistance, yet avoided like the very Plague when they could not.
21. Arrested, He was brought before the High Priest and before Pontius Pilate, where He could have so easily outwitted them all, providing all the right answers to their questions but in true leadership style, knowing that the success of His mission rested on His shoulders, He accepted His fate as Isaiah describes it.
22. These Iroquois are cunning, but they outwitted themselves when they placed their firearms out of reach; and had Uncas or his father been gifted with only their common Indian patience, we should have come in upon the knaves with three bullets instead of one, and that would have made a finish of the whole pack; yon loping varlet, as well as his commerades.
23. He’s outwitted gods,.
24. By these means his enemies were outwitted and captured,.
1. He reluctantly departs, but his wrongs weigh upon his spirit, and by-and-by when an opportunity comes to redress them, he outwits Mamma by a shrewd bargain.

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1. All five tried to outwit, out.
2. C’mon, David, outwit these fools.
3. They think they can outwit Govicide.
4. They think they can outwit the System.
5. It wil bring us the power to outwit our.
6. I managed to outwit him and trip him over.
7. David watched her outwit men with much greater experience.
8. She wondered whether she could outwit this shrewd young man.
9. Once you know about it, you can work out a way to outwit them.
10. I think I may safely promise, however, that you will not outwit me again.
11. He barked a short laugh, recalling Grindel's past attempts at trying to outwit him.
12. To labor a lifetime to pay perpetual interest is the freedumb to outwit Satan's accountant.
13. He had come, finally, to regard his God as a patient policeman whom one might possibly outwit.
14. Detroit had been easy to play but he was worried that Detroit was not clever enough to outwit Rancor.
15. But what does he get out of it? Trying to impress me that he can outwit Shap isn’t going to raise him in my.
16. Think about how awesome it will be to outwit all your competition and wipe the floor with their carcasses as you.
17. Whoever had killed my parents had been an inside person who was certain that he was smart enough to outwit all of us.
18. Could he outwit this? Any doubts would immediately be detected, then projected back on to him and amplified in the process.
19. When I was trying to outwit my shrink early on in my therapy, I once read an entire psychology textbook during our session.
20. He answered his father, Do not think of trying to outwit me, because if you try, you will fail miserably, so don’t even think of it.
21. Be patient Elm, wait for the time, place and the event, it will all come together, and your intelligence will have proved you can outwit Oak.
22. Instead he had tried to outwit, or at least impress, the killer with his own powers of reasoning with the result that now the chance was gone.
23. It seems inconceivable that this villain might continue to outwit the high commander of the Turkish army despite the impressive resources at his disposal.
24. If she could outwit a band of criminals in the desert, she would surely have no difficulty in getting away from a man that was acting apparently by himself.
25. We finally got it! We managed to outwit it! We outfoxed those famous eyes! Our cunning plan worked! I touch the beautiful, curved horns with indescribable pleasure.
26. The cotton mills of England were standing idle and the workers were starving, and any blockader who could outwit the Yankee fleet could command his own price in Liverpool.
27. I say, young gentleman, may Providence bless your undertaking, which is altogether for good; and, remember, that to outwit the knaves it is lawful to practise things that may not be naturally the gift of a white-skin.
28. No out-of-date methods characterized the bank of which he was president, nor, on the other hand, did any up-to-date crook contrive to outwit the keen-eyed, white-haired, thin-lipped old gentleman, who held himself as erect ethically as he did physically.
29. She was well aware of her ability to control information, to outwit the media, electronic snoops and even the US government, but her direct and immediate over this man's powerful body left her with a heady feeling that her mastery of information technology lacked.
30. Among “those-in-the-know”, he had a discreet reputation for being able to legally outwit the Revenue Services Forensic Accountants who were able to track-down so-called “money-laundering” on the Internet – his adroit, discreet use of “Worms” would spread computer viruses wrecking whatever “unfair” evidence that had been built up.

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