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Antonyms for transcend

lose.

Quotes of transcend

  1. Considering the amount of information we're bombarded by it's amazing if a song can transcend time – Michael Bolton
  2. The issue for us is rebuilding a governing majority that is comfortable with differences that can transcend the divisiveness and unify behind the principles that we know our party has succeeded on – Eric Cantor
  3. Like music and art love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries – Jimmy Carter
  4. I think there are a lot of things that soccer does in the communities that transcend the soccer field – Brandi Chastain
  5. Ancient eschatological texts are actually maps of the inner territories of the psyche that seem to transcend race and culture and originate in the collective unconscious – Stanislav Grof
  6. There are things I am more interested in than the clone thing How are they trying to find their place in the world and make sense of their lives To what extent can they transcend their fate As time starts to run out what are the things that really matter – Kazuo Ishiguro
  7. I think Social Security should be bipartisan and it should transcend the next election and you should get the best ideas of the Democrats and of the Republicans and move forward with the best – Jack Kingston
  8. It is after all the responsibility of the expert to operate the familiar and that of the leader to transcend it – Henry A. Kissinger
  9. I'd like to think that the notion of inspiration will transcend cultural things that are going on There's something classic about this movie that I'm hoping reaches kids – Rob Morrow
  10. Just what future the Designer of the universe has provided for the souls of men I do not know I cannot prove But I find that the whole order of Nature confirms my confidence that if it is not like our noblest hopes and dreams it will transcend them – Henry Norris Russell
  11. It is peculiar to mankind to transcend mankind – Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
  12. Labels only confuse people The smarter people recognize artists who transcend categories But I always try to entertain It's in my nature writers are born to entertain If that means working ostensibly within a genre fine – John Shirley

Usage examples for transcend

  1. Having done this he turned back after praying to the gods that no conqueror might ever transcend this the extreme limit of his conquests ” – Plutarch's Lives Volume III. by Plutarch
  2. Into this reality we shall get back more and more completely in proportion as we compel ourselves to transcend pure intelligence – Creative Evolution by Henri Bergson
  3. It is easy enough to explain how John Smith courted his wife and even how William Brown fought and died for his country but it is inordinately difficult to give plausibility to the motives feelings and processes of mind of a man whose salient character is that they transcend all ordinary experience – A Book of Prefaces by H. L. Mencken
  4. Human beings cannot of course wholly transcend human nature something subjective if only the interest that determines the direction of our attention must remain in all our thought – Mysticism and Logic and Other Essays by Bertrand Russell
  5. “ No human plummet has sounded the depths of a woman's devotion no surveyor's chain will ever mark the limits of a woman's faithful patient endurance and only the wings of an archangel can transcend that pinnacle to which the sublime principle of self sacrifice exalts a woman's soul – At the Mercy of Tiberius by August Evans Wilson
  6. Nevertheless he knew the limitation of science and he held that it was the noble office of poetry philosophy and religion combined to supplement and finally to transcend it – Stories of Authors, British and American by Edwin Watts Chubb
  7. As the poet transcends thought for the sake of experience the philosopher must transcend experience for the sake of thought – The Approach to Philosophy by Ralph Barton Perry
  8. And if one thinks of it he who has mastered that little lesson has also mastered the larger lesson that literature is above logic that there are matters in it which transcend plain common sense – Far Off Things by Arthur Machen
  9. This was to transcend the duty of a judge which is to expound and not to legislate – The Theory of Social Revolutions by Brooks Adams
  10. It is easy to imagine a deaf race or a blind race it is not so easy to imagine a race more highly endowed with senses than our own and yet the sense of smell in animals may give us some aid in thinking of powers of perception which transcend our own in particular directions ” – Pioneers of Science by Oliver Lodge
  11. He vaguely wonders what his wife will do next her manoeuvres quite transcend him – George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians by T. Martin Wood
  12. “ To my thinking they transcend in truth which is the highest beauty all other works of fiction that have been written and I believe that they do this because they obey the law of the author's own life – Literature and Life by William Dean Howells
  13. And if one looks a little more closely into the nature of things it will become pretty plain I think that all that really matters and really exists is ineffable that both the world without us the tree and the brook and the hill and the world within us do perpetually and necessarily transcend all our powers of utterance whether to ourselves or to others – Far Off Things by Arthur Machen
  14. By the time autumn returned and the household was once more settled in town he had grown aware that between Diane and himself there was an impalpable wall of separation which he could no more pass than he could transcend the veil between material existence and the Unseen World – The Inner Shrine by Basil King
  15. The relations of man with Deity transcend and repel poetical treatment – Cowper by Goldwin Smith
  16. We have here indeed a dramatic version of real history and since the original of an intensely tragic situation must always transcend a literary adaptation of it the fiction necessarily suffers by comparison with the fact – Studies in Literature and History by Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall
  17. This conceded all that can be claimed by those who administer the affairs of the nation unless they transcend the constitutional limit is conceded – Monopolies and the People by D. C. Cloud
  18. We shall have gained a great step if we can approximate to the number of millions of years in which the average aqueous denudation going on upon the land would convey seaward a quantity of matter equal to the average volume of our continents and this might give us a gauge of the minimum of volcanic force necessary to counteract such levelling power of running water but to discover a relation between these great agencies and the rate at which species of organic beings vary is at present wholly beyond the reach of our computation though perhaps it may not prove eventually to transcend the powers of man – The Student's Elements of Geology by Sir Charles Lyell
  19. The coverlet has been thrown back upon the realization that the State has claims upon each citizen which transcend his individual fortunes that individual prosperity in fact is entirely dependent upon the prosperity of the national whole – Deep Furrows by Hopkins Moorhouse