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6. embarrassing, disconcerting, discomforting, humiliating, mortifying; disturbing, upsetting, bothersome, distracting. outplay, v. outdo, outstrip, top, overtop, cap, excel, surpass, transcend, tower above, trump, overtrump, outdistance, outgo; outshine, eclipse, overshadow, put to shame, Inf. show [s.o.] up; outmaneuver, outflank, outjockey, outsmart, outthink, outwit, outfox, outgeneral, overreach, get the better of, Inf. run rings or circles around; outpoint, outscore, lead, best, get the better of, outrival, outmatch, overmatch, Inf. go one up on; predominate; preponderate, prevail over, be superior to; defeat, beat, win over, upset, upend, whip, outfight, Inf. lick; crush, trounce, drub, floor, clobber, smash, Inf. leave in the dust, Inf. whomp, SI. do in, U.S. SI. skunk, SI. cream, SI. shellac, SI. pulverize, SI. skim. outpost, n. 1. outstation, outquarters, U.S. Army Inf. field; lookout, outlook, guardhouse, watchtower, lighthouse; outparish, outoffice, outbranch, field or branch office; frontier, march, outskirt, outfield, out-district, no man's land.
2. outrider, scout, vanguard, forward line, first line of defense, flank, flanker, detachment; sentinel, sentry, guard, watchman,
Mil. picket, Mil. outguard, Archaic. outsentry. outpouring, n. outflow, efflux, effluence, effusion, outpour, outgo, Geol. extravasation; flow, flowing, flux, afflux, issue, emanation; onrush, stream, current, tide, millrace; outrush, outgush, gushing, spurting, spouting, jet, spring, geyser, fountain; wave, surge, swell, torrent, niagara, cascade, cataract; overflow, flood, deluge; discharge, drainage, emission, ejection, ejaculation; {of people) egress, emigration, debouchment, exodus. output, n. 1. production, produce, quantity or amount or number produced, outturn; yield, harvest, garner, gathering, reaping, cutting, crop, season's growth; product, manufacture, final or end product, result or fruit of one's efforts, work, accomplishment, achievement.
2. productivity, rate of production, efficiency, expeditiousness, dispatch.
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{of electricity) current, wattage, All Elect, voltage, amperage, current density; power, energy, force.
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Computer Technology, print-out, readout; information, Inf. info, data, facts, figures, statistics, SI. dope; report, message, communication. outrage, n. 1. atrocity, crime, act of violence, injury, hurt, foul play, harm, wrong, grievance, evil; enormity, monstrosity, abhorrence, abomination, horror, odium; disgrace, shame, scandal, perversion, prostitution; offense, violation, infraction, breach, transgression, trespass, infringement, felony; misdeed, wrongdoing, dereliction; malefaction, desecration, blasphemy, profanity, profanation, sacrilege, peccancy.
2. indignity, affront, insult,
Archaic, insultation, slap in the face; injury, wound, sting; discourtesy, slight, SI. put-down.
3. mistreatment, abuse, maltreatment, ill-treatment, mishandling, ill-use; persecution, tormeting, torturing; cruelty, barbarity, savagery, brutality, murderousness, malignity; manhandling, mauling, battery, assault, beating, thrashing.

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Misuse of one and parts of one with the singular

Don't Say:
I read it in one and a half hour.

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I read it in one and a half hours.

Note:
In English, use the plural with anything greater than one, even it it's less than two.
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