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outsmart (v.)

"to prove too clever for, get the better of by craft or ingenuity," 1926, from out- + smart (adj.). Related: Outsmarted; outsmarting.

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Definitions of outsmart from WordNet

outsmart (v.)
beat through cleverness and wit;
outsmart (v.)
defeat by more skillful maneuvering;
Synonyms: outmaneuver / outmanoeuvre
From wordnet.princeton.edu