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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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overcome (to successfully deal with an obstacle)
  • The Catholic Church had reason to be proud of the insurmountable virtue of Caroline O'Day, with or without her St. Michael's uniform—and of the virtue of countless others, any church could be proud; they were all virtuous with me.
    p. 445.7

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