out flew

outfly

[out-flahy]
verb (used with object), outflew, outflown, outflying.
1.
to surpass in flying, especially in speed or distance: to outfly the speed of sound.
verb (used without object), outflew, outflown, outflying.
2.
Literary. to fly out or forth.

Origin:
1585–95; out- + fly1

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