out leap

outleap

[out-leep]
verb (used with object), outleaped or outleapt, outleaping.
1.
to leap ahead of or over.
2.
to surpass in leaping.
verb (used without object), outleaped or outleapt, outleaping.
3.
to leap forth.

Origin:
1590–1600; out- + leap

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