noun as in victory
As their flight descended into Rome early this morning, he posted a picture on his Facebook page, saying, “mission accomplished.”
The White House, on the other hand, celebrated the demise of the SOFA negotiations and called Iraq a mission accomplished.
Bush failed at his “mission accomplished” while spending a lot of money; Obama is failing while spending less.
President Bush declared an end to major combat operations 44 days later under a banner that read “Mission Accomplished.”
They could be hoping for Democrats to divert resources, in which case, mission accomplished.
Soon she will lay many thousands of them and then, her life mission accomplished, she will die.
This mission accomplished, Susan rounded up twelve more women willing to register.
My mission accomplished, I entered the hansom and drove to the Club.
He was about to steal quietly away—for was not his work done, his mission accomplished?
Relieved, his mission accomplished, Fyne closed hastily the door of the sitting-room.
On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mission accomplished, such as: achievement, advantage, defeat, gain, grand slam, and hit.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.