outsell

[out-sel]
verb (used with object), outsold, outselling.
1.
to exceed in volume of sales; sell more than: He outsells all our other salespeople.
2.
to exceed in value or number of sales: a soap that outsells all other brands.
3.
Archaic. to obtain a higher price than.

Origin:
1605–15; out- + sell1

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outsell (ˌaʊtˈsɛl)
 
vb , -sells, -selling, -sold
(tr) to sell or be sold in greater quantities than

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Example sentences
His posters outsell those of pop stars and baseball heroes.
Although they are costlier than state publications, the independent print media regularly outsell the state dailies.
Because the hardware implementation is generally much more useful, and if it isn't, the software will outsell it.
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