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Definition of outwit:

  1. The faculty of acquiring wisdom by observation and experience, or the wisdom so acquired; - opposed to inwit.
  2. To surpass in wisdom, esp. in cunning; to defeat or overreach by superior craft.

Synonyms:

puzzle, outmaneuver, dodge, skirt, outsmart, baffle, drum, tucker out, pose, scramble, beat, rival, stupefy, shell, trick, overtake, thump, beat up, vanquish, pulsate, sidestep, fox, ticktock, outmanoeuvre, overreach, parry, trounce, put off, hedge, perplex, work over, outfox, outstrip, outperform, gravel, nonplus, outflank, beat out, amaze, flummox, elude, outthink, confuse, vex, exhaust, dumbfound, tick, get, rise above, quiver, wash up, besiege, thrum, hem in, ticktack, duck, fudge, outslick, surround, crush, circumvent, win, mystify, beleaguer, bewilder, deceive, outshine, outdo, stick, tucker, bunk, surpass, evade, pound, flap.

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