How to use transcended in a sentence

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Audrey Hepburn is luminous, waif-like, but with nobility that itself transcended her character's station.
This movement transcended religious and sectarian divisions and was determined to end the US-led occupation.
It has transcended scandals and boycotts and will always remain the most sensual article of clothing next to lingerie.
It is this logicality as a basis for literary action which in Stein's case, for better or worse, has been wholly transcended.
But somehow the melodramatic elements are transcended, and the movie moves you, as movies always should.
The vitality of the field has transcended many of the barriers that seemed so daunting early on.
It's certainly not as if the movie's interpretation transcended the limits of romance.
The first weeks of the finals have shown that tribalism has transcended the past and a new breed of tribalism has hit the national stage.
It transcended its use as a cracker repository when it became the home of a blind tiger establishment.
Not for a moment is there any hesitation or doubt, as these obstacles have been transcended.
Surfers became surfies in the popular media, and gradually transcended from bronzed gods to teenage threats.
The limits of cognitional achievement cannot be recognized as such unless the mind has already transcended those limits in some way.
The belief that resource scarcity can be transcended by industrialism unites many seemingly antagonistic political standpoints.
But chatter about the prime minister's possible adventures in aggressive cosmetology preceded and transcended that tidbit.
In the same way Hawking, trapped in a crippled body, is physically ensnared but has mentally transcended this barrier to achieve greatness.
The play, written in lucid verse, portrays a human being who transcended human frailties.
Though traditionally they are Gujarati folk dance forms, their appeal has transcended regional barriers.
As he would later prove in sweeping victories, it was a message he believed transcended ideology and party.
Despite its relatively small size, the superb acoustics of the Usher Hall have transcended its role beyond that of a venue for the odd civil function.
The fact that the link transcended age group and demographic does speak to its relevance.
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Examples from Classical Literature
I believe every problem of life can be solved by the transcendency of the spirit which has transcended us up here.
At that point he had transcended the mind of the petty reformer completely.
Quip had followed quip until in their jests they transcended all bounds.
But clearly he has not transcended ours, he has simply left it out.
Matter is the vehicle of mind, but it is dominated and transcended by it.
The myth of Orpheus and Eurydice tells the story of a love that transcended time and space.
If we stretch forward from what exists to an ideal, it is to a better which may be in its turn transcended, not to a single immutable best.
Buddhism and Brahminism have reached it, and not transcended it.
Yet for herself she transcended the particularism that it involved.
Yet, the point is that Professor Siegers impact has transcended that classic sense in which the commentator is cited as a summarizer of a practice or rule.
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