Antonyms for more failed

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


And we pleaded once more with all our heart, and once more failed.

Yet he could not always make ends meet; and when he began to see his little hoard melting away, his heart once more failed him.

He walked to the Circus and back again, and once more failed to get himself inside Prince's Theatre.

And though he once more failed to obtain permission to vote in the House, he was allowed to sit there until 1857.

The rest were whipped in by Flyaway, who once more failed to justify the appellation bestowed upon him.

Thus the efforts of the Duke of Vallombreuse, to advance his suit and to get rid of his rival, had once more failed ignominiously.

Burns's farming speculations once more failed, and he had to take up his excise commission.

He then started the movement to divide Los Angeles County and once more failed in what was afterward accomplished.

Devoe once more failed at goal, and five minutes later the game came to an end with the final score 22 to 6.

Thus the opportunity of observing meteors beyond our atmosphere had once more failed.