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transcended

verb as in go beyond; surpass

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If your earthly balm and guide has transcended the earth plane, you need time to heal.

There’s a purity to the blandness of the hot gravy sandwich that somehow allows them to transcend, in part because they’re a little old fashioned and therefore novel, one of those foods difficult to find made from scratch in restaurants.

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Cola, tobacco and sweet soul music are among the forces that transcend the prosaic in Christenberry’s vignettes of the everyday American South.

ThinkPad X1 Fold by LenovoThe first folding laptop screen that transcends noveltyLenovo spent more than four years developing its folding ThinkPad, which uses a bendable tablet screen to mimic a laptop’s hinging shape.

Geniuses transcend the time in which they live, contributing insights that allow future scientists to be smarter than the geniuses of the past.

Her Miss America win transcended mere superficial beauty standards.

As he would later prove in sweeping victories, it was a message he believed transcended ideology and party.

Much of the nation transcended race when they elected the president.

In both cases, there was criticism that he sidestepped race, but I would say he transcended race.

Williams was a beloved figure -- one that transcended generations.

The Odes of Horace have never been transcended, and will probably remain through all ages the delight of scholars.

Michael was wretched without Alan and brooded over the miseries of life that so soon transcended the joys.

In proportion as the French Republic transcended the old free states, so too must French art take the lead of the antique.

And when she had discovered this she was plunged into a misery which transcended that of the child's simple loss.

They had ideas which transcended their age; they came here to make those ideas into institutions.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to transcended, such as: overstep, eclipse, transform, outstrip, exceed, and beat.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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