achievement

[ uh-cheev-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF achievement

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACHIEVEMENT

It must be a worldwide effort for the achievement of peace, plenty, and freedom.

But the loneliness was lighted by a glow of pride, of triumph, of achievement.

To those that survived it was not tragedy, but realisation and achievement.

Self-assertion can never be the best preparation for achievement.

The importance of this achievement to the Allies is not likely to be overestimated.

That, Harte hints, is the achievement of scribblers like Blackmore (p. 12).

The achievement of this work is to be accomplished by us jointly.

It was a characteristic Hooverian achievement in the face of imminent disaster.

After this achievement he advanced from the seaboard and encamped in Leuctra on Thespian territory.

Here was an achievement which showed the genius of a general, as all agreed.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ACHIEVEMENT

deliverable

nounsomething done to fulfill a realistic expectation

deliverables

nounsomething done to fulfill a realistic expectation
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