From Middle English outdriven, equivalent to out- + drive.
outdrive (third-person singular simple present outdrives, present participle outdriving, simple past outdrove, past participle outdriven)
- (transitive) To drive a vehicle, etc. farther or better than.
- (transitive, golf) To make a drive (stroke with a driver) farther or better than.
2007 January 12, Frank Litsky, “Maureen Orcutt, 99, Golf Champion, Dies”, in New York Times:
- In friendly matches, she hit off the back tees used by men, and with her solid build she usually outdrove them, averaging 240 yards with wood-shaft clubs.
- (transitive, archaic, poetic) To drive out; to repel.