noun as in something completed successfully; goal reached
Be that what it may, Branson himself saw another value in his company other than its technical achievements.
Here, Burns and Ward not only introduce us to the diverse projects and achievements of the New Deal.
We want to believe in the meritocracy, and, more importantly, that we are the sole proprietors of our achievements.
Her achievements finally led the United States Polo Association to begin admitting women in 1972.
One of the most impressive achievements, says University of Chicago mathematician Benson Farb, is that she linked these findings.
He held all the records for height, and it was known that at Attercliffe he meant to endeavour to eclipse his own achievements.
Books of impassioned poetry, and descriptions of heroic character and achievements, were her especial delight.
William Eaton, an American general, died; celebrated for his heroic achievements in the expedition against Tripoli, 1798.
His personal achievements were many in this assignment and his excessive courage was noted by Washington.
He was the friend of Mistral and followed the poet's efforts and achievements with deep and affectionate interest.
On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to achievements, such as: creation, success, effort, accomplishment, attainment, and victory.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.