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decisively surpassed by something else so as to appear to be of a lower class

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Ahmed Kamil beat Jigma Norbu 6-0, 6-0 while Huzaifa Abul Rehman outclassed Thinley Dorji 6-0, 6-0.
In the fourth and last match of the day, Descon proved too hot for Abacus and outclassed them by 60 runs.
between Australia is in runs wickets, and truth is been outclassed.
Black Horse Paints first defeated Dawood Group 3-1, who outclassed Sakuf 5-1, while Black Horse Paints routed Sakuf 4-0 to emerge as winners and qualified for the next round.
Manchester United were outclassed by Real as Zinedine Zidane's side asserted their superiority in a convincing win.
Riding on victories by Israr Ahmed and Abbas Shaukat, Pakistan outclassed Egypt by 2-1 to win its 6th World team title.
On the other hand, the company's best selling Moto G, has been outclassed by competitors over time.
In volleyball category, Kot Kashmir Club beat Sultan Club while Jabukhel Club outclassed Fareed Club and qualified for the quarter final round.
Took my young son up to Wembley to watch them outclassed by Chile on Friday night.
Nadal admitted his great rival outclassed him on the night but it couldn't sour his stellar season.
BONYMAEN provided the shock of the day in the Swalec Championship, as the relegation-threatened Swansea outfit outclassed fourthplaced hosts Newbridge to record a 29-17 success.
In May, they outclassed tenth-placed Denmark 3-1 in a friendly.
While Van Bommel is frustrated to be sidelined again, it is nothing like the anger he felt over the way Milan were outclassed by Arsenal at the Emirates.
Summary: The Lebanese female national team outclassed their West Asian rivals Jordan 69-40 on the opening day of the women's basketball competition at the Pan Arab Games Wednesday.
Reigning British schoolboy champion Dino Smith kept his long unbeaten record going with a sound display of punching power to stop the very brave, but outclassed, Mico Hakkarainen of Finland.