Definition of insurmountably in English:

insurmountably

adverb

  • See insurmountable

    • ‘If the configuration of pages and print is too overwhelming, a book may seem insurmountably difficult even though its content is riveting.’
    • ‘Aid must account for a great part of the solution, in order to put an end to this insurmountably horrible crisis.’
    • ‘Growing cities often destroy their own water sources, while the new sources further and further away rapidly tend to get insurmountably costly.’
    • ‘What a lot of people don't realize is that even though global warming seems like an almost insurmountably immense problem, individual companies and governments taking positive actions really can have a measurable effect over the long term.’
    • ‘If all this seems insurmountably difficult, listen to your own intuition that there is more going on here than just an old crush.’