47 collocations for outnumbered

As a class, they doubtless greatly outnumbered the Israelitish servants.

In former years the several thousand colored Methodists, who outnumbered by tenfold the whites in the congregations there, had enjoyed a quarterly conference of their own, with the custody of their collections and with control over the church trials of colored members; but on the ground of abuses these privileges were cancelled in 1815.

A swarm of summer flies on a field of clover, or the grasshoppers in a patch of stubble, outnumber the men that have lived since Adam.

Perhaps it may be attributed to the fact that the colored population of South Carolina always outnumbered the white population, and the eagerness of the latter to recruit their ranks was sufficient to overcome in some measure their prejudice against the Negro blood.

Wayne won an equally decisive victory, but he outnumbered his foes three to one.

The native members of Tai-hoey, almost from the first, have outnumbered the foreign.

How strange, that men at the North, who think soundly on other subjects, should deduce the feasibility of gradual emancipation in the slave statesin some of which the slaves outnumber the freefrom the fact of the like emancipation of the comparative handful of slaves in New York and Pennsylvania!

In the battle that ensued, several Englishmen were killed and a great many wounded; but as they outnumbered the negroes, and were much better armed, they defeated them.

How strange, that men at the North, who think soundly on other subjects, should deduce the feasibility of gradual emancipation in the slave statesin some of which the slaves outnumber the freefrom the fact of the like emancipation of the comparative handful of slaves in New York and Pennsylvania!

The disproportion of the colored race to the whites was fearfully great, being that of seven or eight to one; whilst, in our slaveholding states, the whites outnumber the colored people.

Large as the gang was (outnumbering the troops), well armed and desperate as they were, every one was dead, wounded, or a prisoner when the men who guarded the train platforms ran up.

In this he was soon joined by his friend, Joseph Addison; and in its successor, the Spectator, the first number of which was issued March 1, 1711, Addison's contributions outnumbered Steele's.

Outside its walls, the Orthodox outnumber the Catholics.

The infantry and gunners, outnumbering the Staff by at least two to one, were gaining positions on each leave-party.

In Scotland three-fourths of the people were Presbyterians; and in Ireland the Roman Catholics outnumbered the Protestants in nearly the same proportion.

Sir George Grey refused to proclaim it, and succeeded in postponing the coming-in of free institutions for six years For many reasons he was probably right, if only because the Maoris still much outnumbered the Whites; yet under Earl Grey's proposed constitution they would have been entirely governed by the white minority.

The Americans seemed to have outnumbered Ferguson's advance guard, which was less than two hundred strong, about three to one.

Taken together, the Germans and the Scotch-Irish far outnumbered the English, and made up the mass of the population between the Schuylkill and the Susquehanna rivers.

From official reports of both sides, gathered after the engagement was over, it was shown that the Confederate forces outnumbered their Northern adversaries nearly three to one.

Colonel Despard commanded the besiegers, who outnumbered the defenders by more than three to one.

Would he not have felt, on awaking from his dream, pretty much as did the aged patriarch whose name he bore, when the angel of the Lord assured him that he would be the father of many nations, that his seed would outnumber the sands of the sea, and that through him all humanity would be blessed from generation to generation?

On every battle-field the Syrians outnumbered the Jews almost six to one.

The primroses scattered by April, The stars of the wide Milky Way, Cannot outnumber the hosts of the children Magic hath stolen away.

They greatly outnumbered the French.

It will not be the first time in history that the hosts of Slavery have outnumbered the champions of Freedom.

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