outworker

outwork

[v. out-wurk; n. out-wurk]
verb (used with object), outworked or outwrought, outworking.
1.
to work harder, better, or faster than.
2.
to work out or carry on to a conclusion; finish: a problem to be outworked in after generations.
3.
Archaic. to outdo in workmanship.
noun
4.
a minor defense built or established outside the principal fortification limits.

Origin:
1200–50; Middle English: to complete; see out-, work

outworker, noun
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outwork
 
n
1.  (often plural) defences which lie outside main defensive works
2.  work performed away from the factory, office, etc, by which it has been commissioned
 
vb , -works, -working, -worked, -wrought
3.  to work better, harder, etc, than
4.  to work out to completion
 
'outworker
 
n

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