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Definition of Surmountable

Surmountable
Surmountable Sur*mount"a*ble, a. [Cf. F. surmontable.] Capable of being surmounted or overcome; superable. -- Sur*mount"a*ble*ness, n.

Meaning of Surmountable from wikipedia

- is unchanged. This is because reversible competitive antagonists are surmountable antagonists. The magnitude of the rightward shift can be quantified with...
- distances, the spaces between the planets are daunting, but technologically surmountable — NASA For many thousands of years, astronomers maintained a geocentric...
- In architecture, a vault (French voûte, from Italian volta) is a self-supporting arched form, usually of stone or brick, serving to cover a space with...
- (August 2016). "Fan-Out Wafer Level Packaging: Breakthrough advantages and surmountable challenges". Solid State Technology (www.solid-state.com). Archived from...
- that of Field Marshal, consists of crossed batons within a wreath and surmounted by a crown. War portal United Kingdom portal British and U.S. military...
- Saltire, in this case surmounted by a sword. The crest of the former RAF East Fortune, East Lothian, also showed a sword surmounting the Saltire, however...
- two silver maple leaves beneath a silver crossed sword and baton, all surmounted by St Edward's Crown, worn on gold shoulder boards on the white short-sleeved...
- Duke's naval career. Previous versions From 1947 to 1949: "Arms of Greece surmounted by an inescutcheon of the arms of Denmark; and over all in the first quarter...
- "cross-bearing orb"), also known as "the orb and cross", is an orb (Latin: globus) surmounted (Latin: gerere, to wear) by a cross (Latin: crux). It has been a Christian...
- the centre), cap badge (crossed sword and baton within a laurel wreath, surmounted by a crown in gold embroidery) and cap visor (two rows of gold oakleaf...
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