Definition of outweight
be heavier than.
Bob outweighed him by more than twenty-five pounds
Example of outweight
As you can see, the pros clearly outweigh the miniscule cons.
But the costs of global warming could vastly outweigh the modest cost of even quite vigorous action.
Even so, many reputable authors agree that the benefits of having Service Pack 2 greatly outweigh the cons.
Eventually we realized that this first crop provided a wonderful learning opportunity, greatly outweighing the short-term cost.
His errors of judgment, though, heavily outweighed those elements of progress.
However, the NIH consensus panel notes that the benefits far outweigh the risks.
In fact, coffee's pros probably outweigh its cons.
In fact, the benefits far outweigh the risks and will lead to improved health care.
Remember that the safety of the many outweighs the lives of the few.
Still, for these gallery owners at least, the positives outweigh the negatives.