Follow and Surpass


Follow verb - To come after in time.

Surpass and follow are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Surpass" instead a verb "Follow".

Nearby Words: following, follower, followed


Surpass verb - To be greater, better, or stronger than.
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Synonyms for Surpass

Follow and surpass are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Follow" instead a verb "Surpass".

Nearby Word: surpassing

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Common collocations

man follow man surpass man
god follow god surpass god
time follow time surpass time
rule follow rule surpass rule
Other words: father.
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