exceeding

  • 1 Exceeding — Ex*ceed ing, adv. In a very great degree; extremely; exceedingly. [Archaic. It is not joined to verbs.] The voice exceeding loud. Keble. [1913 Webster] His raiment became shining, exceeding white as snow. Mark ix. 3. [1913 Webster] The Genoese… …

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  • 2 Exceeding — Ex*ceed ing, a. More than usual; extraordinary; more than sufficient; measureless. The exceeding riches of his grace. Eph. ii. 7. {Ex*ceed ing*ness}, n. [Obs.] Sir P. Sidney. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 exceeding — index drastic, excessive, extreme (exaggerated), inordinate, intemperate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4 exceeding — [ek sēd′iŋ, ik sēd′iŋ] adj. surpassing; extraordinary; extreme adv. Archaic EXCEEDINGLY …

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  • 5 Exceeding — Exceed Ex*ceed , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Exceeded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Exceeding}.] [L. excedere, excessum, to go away or beyond; ex out + cedere to go, to pass: cf. F. exc[ e]der. See {Cede}.] To go beyond; to proceed beyond the given or supposed… …

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  • 6 exceeding — /əkˈsidɪŋ/ (say uhk seeding), /ɛk / (say ek ) –adjective 1. Obsolete extraordinary; excessive. –adverb 2. Archaic exceedingly: exceeding fair …

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  • 7 exceeding — adjective Date: 15th century exceptional in amount, quality, or degree …

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  • 8 exceeding — /ik see ding/, adj. 1. extraordinary; exceptional. adv. 2. Archaic. exceedingly. [1485 95; EXCEED + ING2] * * * …

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  • 9 exceeding — 1. adjective a) prodigious b) exceptional, extraordinary 2. adverb Exceedingly …

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  • 10 exceeding — ex|ceed|ing [ ık sidıŋ ] adjective, adverb an old word meaning very great or very much …

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  • 11 exceeding — ex ceed·ing || dɪŋ n. going beyond, overstepping, passing; surpassing, outdoing, excelling ex·ceed || ɪk siːd v. go beyond, pass; surpass, outdo, excel …

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  • 12 Exceeding —   A financial transaction amount greater than a limit defined in an automated system.   The number of financial transactions greater than a limit defined in an automated system. Often results in an exception report being automatically produced at …

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  • 13 exceeding — archaic adjective very great. adverb exceedingly …

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  • 14 exceeding — ex•ceed•ing [[t]ɪkˈsi dɪŋ[/t]] adj. 1) extraordinary; exceptional 2) archaic exceedingly • Etymology: 1485–95 …

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  • 15 exceeding —   Kela, oi …

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  • 16 exceeding — adj. & adv. adj. 1 surpassing in amount or degree. 2 pre eminent. adv. archaic = EXCEEDINGLY 2 …

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  • 17 Exceeding Expectations — is an initiative that aims to support Manchester schools in tackling homophobia has now been operating for one year.Since November 2006, the three year multi agency partnership between Manchester City Council Children s Services… …

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  • 18 exceeding propriety — index undue (excessive) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 19 exceeding the bounds of moderation — index extreme (exaggerated) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 20 exceeding the law — index illegal, illicit Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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