ceed

ceed
ex·ceed;
ex·ceed·able;
ex·ceed·er;
ex·ceed·ing·ly;
suc·ceed;
suc·ceed·er;
pro·ceed;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • ex|ceed´er — ex|ceed «ehk SEED», transitive verb. 1. to be more or greater than: »The sum of five and seven exceeds ten. To lift a heavy trunk exceeds a child s strength. 2. to do more than; go beyond: »Drivers are not supposed to exceed the speed limit. 3.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ex|ceed — «ehk SEED», transitive verb. 1. to be more or greater than: »The sum of five and seven exceeds ten. To lift a heavy trunk exceeds a child s strength. 2. to do more than; go beyond: »Drivers are not supposed to exceed the speed limit. 3. to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pro|ceed´er — pro|ceed «verb. pruh SEED, proh ; noun. PROH seed», verb, noun. –v.i. 1. to go on after having stopped; move forward: »Please proceed with your story. The train proceeded at the same speed as before. SYNONYM(S): continue, progress. See syn. under …   Useful english dictionary

  • pro|ceed — «verb. pruh SEED, proh ; noun. PROH seed», verb, noun. –v.i. 1. to go on after having stopped; move forward: »Please proceed with your story. The train proceeded at the same speed as before. SYNONYM(S): continue, progress. See syn. under advance …   Useful english dictionary

  • suc|ceed´er — suc|ceed «suhk SEED», intransitive verb. 1. to turn out well; do well; have success: »His plans succeeded. SYNONYM(S): prosper, thrive, flourish. 2. to accomplish what is attempted or intended: »to succeed in finding an empty seat. The attack… …   Useful english dictionary

  • suc|ceed — «suhk SEED», intransitive verb. 1. to turn out well; do well; have success: »His plans succeeded. SYNONYM(S): prosper, thrive, flourish. 2. to accomplish what is attempted or intended: »to succeed in finding an empty seat. The attack succeeded… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ex|ceed|ing|ly — «ehk SEE dihng lee», adverb. more than others; unusually; extremely; very: »The middle of summer has some exceedingly hot days …   Useful english dictionary

  • ex|ceed|ing — «ehk SEE dihng», adjective, adverb. –adj. very great; unusual: »She is a girl of exceeding beauty. SYNONYM(S): extreme, excessive, surpassing. –adv. exceedingly: »My heart is exceeding heavy (Shakespeare). But within that ten minute limit, he is… …   Useful english dictionary

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