We could outspend our incomes by continually refinancing our home, while its value kept rising.
Late-twenties singles outspend early-twenties singles in every expenditure category except education.
It would not take more than a tiny fraction of corporate money to outspend all of our local candidates combined.
They can generally outspend and exhaust the plaintiffs.
Hospital promotional advertising may outspend certain academic efforts.
Gangs would come in and try to outspend one another.
Word Origin and History for outspend
mid-15c., "to consume totally, use up," from out (adv.) + spend (v.). Meaning "to spend more than another or others" is from 1840. Related: Outspent; outspending. Outspent is attested from 1650s as "exhausted."