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surmount
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
overcome (to successfully deal with an obstacle)
  • It is not to be supposed that any prior attachment on your side—in short, you know as to an attachment of that kind, it is quite out of the question, the objections are insurmountable— you have too much sense not to see all that.
    Chapter 33 (45% in)

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