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Oxford dictionary definition of the word outrank:
to be of higher rank than
to take priority over
Example Sentences Including ‘outrank’
As Britain evolved, kings were not generals, but no general could outrank the king.
GLASGOW HERALD (2002)
Over a long period of time, the benefits of internal benchmarking can even outrank those from watching your industry.
BUSINESS TODAY (1996)
S. W. Clay, Charlottetown “Dear Field Marshal: You do not outrank the Receiver-General.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2003)
Species of flies alone outrank the number of naturally occurring minerals several times; so do species of mushrooms and daisies.
Richard Fortey THE EARTH: AN INTIMATE HISTORY (2004)
Which is why the Chopper will always outrank the children as the greatest single moment of my life.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2002)