verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- transcellular fluid,
- transcendental aesthetic,
- transcendental analytic
Origin of transcend
Examples from the Web for transcending
Policy is about wielding power, while mercy is about transcending power by renouncing it.
“The music is now transcending all types of people,” says Ronnissey.This Charming Man: Meet 'Ronnissey,' Brooklyn's Fake Morrissey|Michael Moynihan|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We talk about evil and whether humans are capable of transcending our limitations.With the Fireman of Brooklyn’s Company 224 as They Observe the Fallen|Maurice Emerson Decaul|September 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Zionism was not about holding on to the sufferings of Europe—or the Middle East for that matter—but about transcending them.
A pack of planets transits your impressionistic sector, where transcending the material or ordinary becomes the focus.
Shakespeare is no Absolute Divinity, reconciling all oppositions and transcending all limitations.Visions and Revisions|John Cowper Powys
These things took place under the conditions of a nature quite different to our own, transcending our present capacity.The Thoughts of Blaise Pascal|Blaise Pascal
These did not fail to discover that the Louviers affair was supernatural, transcending all art of man.La Sorcire: The Witch of the Middle Ages|Jules Michelet
If Browning multiplies and deepens the demarcations among material things, he gives his souls a rare faculty of transcending them.Robert Browning|C. H. Herford
It was rather that transcending love that he himself had invoked.The Tower of Oblivion|Oliver Onions