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Quip had followed quip until in their jests they transcended all bounds.

At that point he had transcended the mind of the petty reformer completely.

But clearly he has not transcended ours, he has simply left it out.

They are a people by themselves, distrustful of other peoples; they too must be transcended.

Matter is the vehicle of mind, but it is dominated and transcended by it.

Old Jolyon was conscious of all this, and yet there was in him that which transcended Forsyteism.

In him all mythologies and all religions must meet and be transcended.

I said I had no present recollection of anything that transcended it.

Science is to be transcended in so far as it is understood as a whole.

That is to say, he has transcended at once the despair of the Victorians and their materialism.