Synonym: defeat, overcome, triumph over. Similar words: mount, amount to, enormous, country, county, counter, count on, count out. Meaning: [sɜr'maʊnt /sɜː-] v. 1. get on top of; deal with successfully 2. be on top of 3. reach the highest point of 4. be or do something to a greater degree.
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1, They managed to surmount all opposition/objections to their plans.
2, We had many problems to surmount before we could start the project.
3, He has had to surmount immense physical disabilities.
4, I realized I had to surmount the language barrier.
5, Together, horse and driver conspired to surmount the hill.
6, Bold blue cones surmount an extravagant collar of prickly blue bracts with filigree appendages.
7, Even if we could surmount all of those problems, where would that leave us?
8, A strong motive forces one to surmount many difficulties.
9, Surmount all obstacles and don't crash your dirt bike.
10, Let my body surmount the high mountains.
11, They surmount one crag after another.
12, I want to prove that sense can surmount impulse.
13, He tried to surmount his embarrassment.
14, We laid about to surmount the obstacle.
15, He is quite confident that we can surmount these difficulties.
16, We are fully confident that we can surmount these difficulties.
17, Electrons from the metal will have to surmount the potential barrier to enter the semiconductor.
18, We willcontinuously Of surmount hold hands with you to create fine tomorrow together.
19, "There are only two creatures," says a proverb(sentencedict.com),(http://sentencedict.com/surmount.html) "who can surmount the pyramids the eagle and the snail.
20, None of the problems are so bad that we can't surmount them.
21, Wind is only one of the constant perils his clients face, and his made-to-measure hats can surmount most of the elements.
22, Their small majority made them all the more conscious of the problems they needed to surmount to win the next election.
23, The barriers are clear enough, what remains unclear is why some people are able to surmount them when others fail miserably.
24, There is a threshold effect that is difficult to surmount.
25, To bare one's soul to a member of my profession, Mr Barnett, is no small hurdle to surmount.
26, Such creativity simply does not exist in Washington, and if it did, it could not surmount the federal bureaucracy.
27, This paper analyses the existing zero sequence directive current selective leakage protection principle which is to surmount the effect of distributed capacitance on it.
28, Its core issue is the question about why people can surmount the individual life limits and how to achieve the eternal lives through inner alchemic exercise.
29, At fewest this is an area addicts are versed with and they'll be capable to use it as a tool to surmount their pertinacity.
30, Heidegger and Kierkegaard both see that the more the human being is conscious of his own endlessness , the more he can surmount himself.
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