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bonus a donation or payment in excess of what is required, usu. as a reward for exceeding the terms of a contract. [1/3 definitions]
devilish very great; exceeding. [1/3 definitions]
encroachment the act of exceeding proper or intended limits, as of territory or property. [1/2 definitions]
exorbitant exceeding the bounds of what is reasonable, fair, or proper; immoderate.
foul out of a player in certain sports, to be put out of a game for exceeding the number of fouls allowed. [1/2 definitions]
grand larceny the theft of goods or property exceeding a certain amount of money set by law. (Cf. petty larceny.)
hurricane a powerful cyclonic storm that originates in the West Indian region of the Atlantic Ocean and that has heavy rains and winds exceeding seventy-three miles, or 119 kilometers, per hour.
outrageous exceeding tolerable limits of behavior; disgraceful or shocking. [1/3 definitions]
overage2 merchandise, funds, or the like exceeding the amount recorded; unexplained surplus.
overdraft a check or withdrawal exceeding the available funds or credit in an account, or the act of making such a check or withdrawal. [1/2 definitions]
override the exceeding of a budgetary cost estimate. [1/8 definitions]
superphysical above, beyond, or exceeding the physical; hyperphysical.
supersonic exceeding or capable of exceeding the speed of sound waves through air.
surpassing exceeding others in a particular quality or characteristic; exceptional.
within not exceeding the limit or extent of. [1/6 definitions]