out- + man
outman (third-person singular simple present outmans, present participle outmanning, simple past and past participle outmanned)
- (transitive) To have more people than (one's competitor); to outnumber in men.
2009 February 12, George Vecsey, “Brisk Wind Infuses the U.S. With Zip and Zing”, in New York Times:
- The United States dominated, and then in extra time outworked the outmanned Mexicans, with Jozy Altidore and Donovan setting up Bradley’s second goal.
- (transitive) To outdo in manliness.