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Surmount, to surpass, to exceed: “as I all other in all worths s.” Sonn. 62, 8. “this Hector far --ed Hannibal,” LLL V, 2, 677. “your presence makes us rich, . . . and far --s our labour to attain it,” R2 II, 3, 64. Absol., == to be surpassing: “bethink thee on her virtues that s., and natural graces that extinguish art,” H6A V, 3, 191.
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