attain[ uh-teyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF attain
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTAIN
The ideal, or even my own ideal, I shall probably not attain.
And to attain it, we must be aware of its full meaning—and ready to pay its full price.
Every thought was bent to attain the end, no labour was deemed to arduous.
While God's Will may be for our happiness, we can attain to neither the happiness nor the Will—as yet.
I may attain great merit by my struggle, but I cannot make myself a Kant.
We marvel that we had no prescience of these, and that we did not attain to them sooner.
Make me to long only for the beauty of holiness, and to be satisfied if I attain to it.
If by any means I might attain unto the resurrection of the dead.
And you have been able to attain to hot food thus quickly because you were prepared.
How many years would you have to pass before you could attain the dignity he has gained?