accomplishment

[ uh-kom-plish-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF accomplishment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCOMPLISHMENT

We are not a people which has accomplished much, but one on the way to accomplishment.

Like the Admirable Crichton, no art is to her unknown, no accomplishment by her neglected.

He resumed his labours, thrilled with the sensation of accomplishment.

In fact it is considered an accomplishment to lie cheerfully and well.

But the perseverance of a bad mind in the accomplishment of a bad action is not to be subdued.

An end which is the child's own carries him on to possess the means of its accomplishment.

It is our duty to our descendants to contribute as far as is in our power to its accomplishment.

He wished to ingratiate himself, and proceeded to show off his one accomplishment.

Music was the accomplishment in which the Queen most delighted.

What action ought our Government to take for the accomplishment of this just purpose?

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