surmount[ ser-mount ]SEE DEFINITION OF surmount
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SURMOUNT
Throw what obstacles in the way you please; it will surmount them all.
With this they were to surmount the stockade and gain the open.
Then there were the high walls of custom and prejudice to surmount.
Tell them all together, in the class, what their difficulties will be, and how they may surmount them.
I had a good deal of pain to surmount myself, as to the last.
It seemed that the freshmen could not surmount the fatal two points.
We had to surmount them, and with our brigadier we took our coats off and buckled to the job.
The absolute want of room is an evil that nothing can surmount.
Flora was beside me, and I felt ready to surmount any peril for her sake.
He has not learned the lesson of life who does not every day surmount a fear.