Surpassable


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Sur`pass´a`ble


a.1.That may be surpassed.
References in classic literature ?
You will not be ashamed of her looks, for she is a copy in little of her beautiful mother - and it is that Andalusian beauty which is not surpassable, even in your country.
But importantly, it is eventually and ultimately a predictable process, which dictates certain things about officers' agency and about their expectations within a constant, stable and regularly progressing formal register of personhood that qualifies subalternity as a relational and (eventually and partially) surpassable condition.
Anna's goal proved not only obtainable, but surpassable. She finished March 5, well before the end of the school year.