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pour, stream, flow; rise, ascend, mount, climb, come up; heave, rise and fall, go up and down, ebb and flow, oscillate, undulate, wave; rock, roll, turn, toss, storm.

surly, adj. 1. cantankerous, irascible, iracund, obnoxious, crabbed, choleric, brusque, peppery, crusty; grumpy, grouchy, crotchety, dyspeptic, thorny, bearish, snarling, growling; cross, feisty, huffy, sulky, sullen, biiious, cranky, peevish, irritable; testy, touchy, tetchy, ill-tempered, bad-tempered, short-tempered, ill-humored, ill-natured; fractious, quarrelsome, disagreeable, Inf. ornery, InJ. mean, Inf. bitchy, Inf. ugly; caustic, mordant, mordacious, sarcastic, insulting, biting; sharp, uncivil, rough, harsh; curt, short, terse, blunt.
2. unfriendly, unsociable, inhospitable, unamiable, unaffable; hostile, antagonistic, adverse, averse, contrary, oppugnant, inimical; anti, against,
Sl. agin, down on.
3. gloomy, depressing, cheerless, mournful, doleful, dolorous; dismal, dreary, bleak, grim, funereal, lugubrious; dark, black, sinister, heavy, malign, malignant, malevolent; threatening, menacing, lowering, looming.

surmise, v. 1. imagine, suppose, presume, infer, suspect, guess, conjecture; assume, understand, gather, deduce, conclude, reckon, deem, feel, opine, be of the opinion, daresay.
-n. 2.
matter of conjecture, open question; possi
bility, likelihood, probability.
3. idea, thought, belief, opinion; inference, assumption, presumption, supposition, supposal.
4. guess, conjecture, hypothesis, postulate,
Inf. hunch, Inf. stab, Inf. shot, Inf. shot in the dark.

surmount, v. 1. climb, climb over, ascend, scale, mount, clear, vault.
2. overcome, conquer, triumph over, prevail over, get the better of, beat,
Inf. lick; survive, pull through, make it, weather the storm.
3. top, overtop, tower above, rise above; overlook, command, dominate.
4. top off, cap, crown, crest.

surmountable, adj. superable, capable of being overcome, conquerable, vincible, beatable; achievable, attainable, obtainable, within reach, reachable, realizable.

surname, n. 1. last name, family name, proper name, cognomen; patronymic, metronymic, matro-nymic; maiden name.
2. epithet, appellative, byword, label, tag; nickname, pet name, sobriquet,
Sl. handle, Sl. moniker; appellation, designation, name, title, honorific, style.

surpass, v. 1. exceed, pass, pass or go beyond, Sl. one-up, break the record, Inf. go over the top; transcend, leave behind, leave in the dust; prevail over, take precedence over, supersede.
2. excel, better,
Inf go one better, trump; walk off or away with, take the cake or prize; outstrip, outdo, outvie, outrival, outclass, outshine, outperform, outplay, Inf. run rings or circles around; cap, top, overtop; beat, best, worst; overshadow, throw or cast into the shade, eclipse, put to shame, shame, Inf. show [s.o.] up; outrun, outpace, outdistance, distance; overtake, overhaul, overpass, lap, shoot ahead of, get ahead of.

surpassing, adj. transcendent, transcending, exceeding, excelling, outstripping, eclipsing; extraordinary, out of the ordinary, rare; superior, better, finer, greater, a cut or stroke or notch above; outstanding, standout, preeminent, Fr. par excellence-, incomparable, inimitable, nonpareil, peerless, matchless, second to none, in a class by itself, Latin, sui generis; unequaled, unmatched, unrivaled, unsurpassed, unparalleled.

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Candle lit Dinner

This is a classic but one of great ways to propose your dream girl. Candles are one of the quintessential elements of a romantic evening. The dim lights of the candles burning flames and the romantic tunes sets one of the perfect settings for a romantic proposal. A candle lit dinner is a romantic way to propose to anyone who holds a special place in your heart and the one you want to spend the rest of your life with. Guys set the mood, by preparing and cooking your significant other their favorite dinner. Turn off all lights and lit the candles, play romantic songs. The glowing of the candles sets a mood for a night full of romance and is one of the most perfect scenes to propose. It will set the mood for love and romance.

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