verb (used with object), outspent, outspending.
to outdo in spending; spend more than: They seemed determined to outspend their neighbors.
to exceed (one's resources) in spending: He quickly outspent his fortune.

1580–90; out- + spend

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We could outspend our incomes by continually refinancing our home, while its
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