Prepositional Phrases – Beyond

–  Prepositional Phrases – Beyond  –

An Alphabetical list of English Prepositional Phrases using the word “Beyond”  –  If you do not see the Phrase you that are looking for, please let me know in the comments below and I will be happy to add it for you at my earliest convenience.


  • (to be) Beyond (one’s) Grasp – This is an Idiomatic and Prepositional Adjectival Phrase that can be used either literally (beyond the point of being physically able to “grasp” [grab hold of] something) or Idiomatically, not able to comprehend, achieve, attain…

The simple idea of letting people decide for themselves was very difficult and way beyond her grasp.” – [mental capability]

“Without having wealthy parents – being able to go to a good University, was way “beyond his grasp”.” – [physical (financial) ability]

  • (to be) Beyond (one’s) Wildest Dreams – This is an Idiomatic and Prepositional Adjectival Phrase which expresses that the outcome of a certain situation far exceeds the expectations of that situation.  It implies that the outcome came or has come as a huge surprise because of how wonderful it was or is to the person or people experiencing it…

“I knew that seeing Pearl Jam live in concert in 1992 was going to be awesome, but I didn’t know that it was going to be such a life-changing moment.  It was beyond my wildest dreams.”

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