out- + muscle
outmuscle (third-person singular simple present outmuscles, present participle outmuscling, simple past and past participle outmuscled)
- (transitive) To surpass in a contest involving strength.
2009 March 30, William C. Rhoden, “For Coaches, Recruiting Top Players Can Lead to a Dark Side”, in New York Times:
UConn barreled through the West Regional, pummeling Purdue in the semifinals and outmuscling Missouri in the final.