Definition of surmount:
outflank, pass by, discomfit, down, quash, go past, subjugate, overtake, overwhelm, trim, bounce back, overcome, insulate, inhibit, coat, transcend, skunk, go by, pass over, tame, exceed, work out, prevail over, get well, descale, put down, outmatch, whelm, get the better of, keep down, distance, traverse, stop, stand out, outperform, take, get the best, manage, cope, track, chasten, do down, upend, surpass, repress, triumph over, outstrip, suppress, overbear, overstep, get through, get over, dispatch, cut across, mortify, worst, travel by, get the hang, get across, curb, best, overmatch, excel, scale, crown, subdue, scoop, shrug off, cut through, outdo, master, sweep over, recover, smother, get around, outdistance, pass, handle, crucify, overmaster, cross, outgo, have the best, wrap, carry off, top, get, reduce, bury, blanket, stamp down, lick, cover.
- defeat (part of speech: verb)
- succeed (part of speech: verb)
- dominate (part of speech: verb)
- "Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist", Alexander Berkman.
- "Heart Talks", Charles Wesley Naylor.
On all three sides the ground fell, and he would have seemed to stand on a watch- tower had it not been that behind him, at the back of the cross, the upward slope of grass showed that the road did not surmount the hill, but hung on to and skirted its side some fifty paces from the top.- "Captain Dieppe", Anthony Hope.