Either one of these alone is surmountable for a skilled and ambitious politician.
Insurmountable, in-sur-mownt′a-bl, adj. not surmountable: that cannot be overcome.
We also seem to be on the edge of a new continent, separated not by oceans but by subtle and surmountable psychic conditions.
He had counted upon all obstacles but this; and all other obstacles were surmountable, but this was insurmountable.
In the mass they are appalling but singly they are surmountable.
Listen, then, to the difficulties that beset us, and say if they are surmountable.
Once at least within historic memory the barrier of the Caucasus had proved to be surmountable.
Rather on the north-west side, the hill is surmountable by a zig-zag path, up which a loaded mule can climb with some difficulty.