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Definition of exceed:

  1. To pass or go beyond; to surpass; to excel.
  2. To go too far; to go beyond any given limit, number, or measure; to be more or larger.

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Examples of usage for exceed:

  1. I should say that what the book gives about a fair average of what it might be upon the other sales as well, or it might be that it would rather exceed it; but I should wish to remark that she never was refused the cash that was asked for by her. "Second Shetland Truck System Report" , William Guthrie.
  2. As, in time past, money has gradually but surely decreased in value, and land has gradually increased in value in the same or a greater proportion, it shall be in the option of the landlord, at the end of ten years from the signing of this agreement, to make such addition to the rent paid by the tenant as he shall see fit and reasonable, according to the times; but said addition shall, under no circumstances, exceed twenty per cent. "Second Shetland Truck System Report" , William Guthrie.
  3. He cannot lose by him, unless he voluntarily allows his 'out- takes' to exceed his earnings. "Second Shetland Truck System Report" , William Guthrie.

Quotes for exceed:

  1. Ah, but a man's reach should exceed his grasp. Or what's a heaven for? - Robert Browning
  2. Reputation is fine but you have to keep justifying it. In a sense, it makes it harder because people's expectations of you are higher. So, you have to fulfill those expectations. Or, try to exceed those expectations. But, it becomes more difficult as time goes on. - Derek Jacobi
  3. The age factor means nothing to me. I'm old enough to know my limitations and I'm young enough to exceed them. - Marv Levy
  4. The time you spend grieving over a man should never exceed the amount of time you actually spent with him. - Rita Rudner
  5. It seems we always exceed even our own expectations -after a lot of hard work, though! - Roberta Williams

Rhymes for exceed:

  1. accede, agreed, concede, decreed, degreed, elide, gilead.
  2. aristide, disagreed, guaranteed, intercede, overfeed.
  3. bead, bede, bleed, brede, breed, cede, creed, dede, deed, ede, fede, feed, freed, fried, friede, greed, hamid, he'd, heed, impede, indeed, keyed, knead, kneed, lead, leed, lipide, mead, meade, misdeed, mislead, misread, nead, need, plead, precede, proceed, rasheed, rashid, read, recede, reed, reid, reread, reseed, saeed, screed, secede, seed, shaheed, she'd, skied, snead, sneed, speed, stampede, steed, succeed, supersede, swede, teed, tweed, waleed, walid, we'd, weed, wied.

Idioms for exceed:

  1. exceed sm or sth in sth
  2. exceed sm or sth by sth
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