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add to say or write beyond what has already been said or written. [1/6 definitions]
advanced well beyond an early stage of development. [2/3 definitions]
aerospace the earth's atmosphere and the space beyond it. [1/2 definitions]
agnostic one who believes it is impossible to know anything about the existence or nonexistence of God or about the essential nature of things beyond the material universe. [1/4 definitions]
astronomer a scientist who studies the universe beyond the earth.
astronomy the branch of science concerned with the physical universe beyond the atmosphere of the earth.
auction bridge a version of bridge in which players bid for the right to specify which suit will be trump, any extra tricks won beyond the contract being scored toward a game.
autumnal beyond middle age; in the first stages of decline. [1/2 definitions]
best beyond all others in quality, rank, or the like. [1/11 definitions]
betterment in law, an improvement beyond simple maintenance that increases the value of property. [1/2 definitions]
blind beyond reason or the need for evidence. [1/12 definitions]
bloop (informal) in baseball, to hit (the ball) in a low arc that carries just beyond the infield, usu. for a hit. [1/2 definitions]
blooper (informal) in baseball, a hit ball that flies in a low arc just beyond the infield, usu. for a hit. [1/2 definitions]
brink an extreme state or condition beyond which lies major change; verge; precipice. [1/2 definitions]
by beyond; past. [1/16 definitions]
circumstance (pl.) the factors that have an impact on an event or situation and are beyond one's control. [2/6 definitions]
clairvoyant possessing the ability to see or know things that are beyond the five senses. [1/2 definitions]
clog to fill beyond capacity. [1/7 definitions]
college a school or institution of higher learning beyond the level of high school, usu. providing education in general studies or liberal arts. [1/3 definitions]
corn silk the long silky part of the pistil of the corn plant, lying between the rows of kernels and extending beyond the tip of the ear.
cosmic noise interference from radio waves beyond the earth; galactic noise.