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Multiple Meanings
surmount

In this way an incident, which most had felt could never be surmounted and which no doubt would destroy the marriage, was cemented over.
Michael Ondaatje  --  Running in the Family
deal with successfully

More rarely, surmount may mean to get on top of, be on top of, or reach the highest point of.
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