Out*wit" (?), v. t.

To surpass in wisdom, esp. in cunning; to defeat or overreach by superior craft.

They did so much outwit and outwealth us ! Gauden.


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Out"wit (?), n.

The faculty of acquiring wesdom by observation and experience, or the wisdom so acquired; -- opposed to inwit.


Piers Plowman.


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