out- + gain
outgain (third-person singular simple present outgains, present participle outgaining, simple past and past participle outgained)
- (transitive) To outperform on a quantitative measurement.
2009 February 2, Dave Perkins, “Super Steelers fight back”, Toronto Star:
- Pittsburgh stretched it to 10-0 on a Gary Russell one-yard TD lunge in the first minute of the second quarter, at that point outgaining Arizona 147-13 yards.