outspent

[out-spent]
adjective
worn-out; exhausted.

Origin:
1645–55; out- + spent

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outspend

[out-spend]
verb (used with object), outspent, outspending.
1.
to outdo in spending; spend more than: They seemed determined to outspend their neighbors.
2.
to exceed (one's resources) in spending: He quickly outspent his fortune.

Origin:
1580–90; out- + spend

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Example sentences
Now a candidate can literally be outspent by independent groups.
In these cases, the government is oftentimes being outspent by corporate clients for trial preparation litigation costs.
Roughly, the law says that the ones who are outspent should receive a modest subsidy from state funds.
There has never been an income that can't be outspent.
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