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I look for guest-written Extra Crunch stories that will help other entrepreneurs be more successful, which is why I routinely turn down submissions that seem overly promotional.

His whole career and reputation had created an aura of glamorous and successful masculinity.

Bjerg retired from competitive play this Fall as one of the most successful League of Legends players ever in North America.

The successful mission got tons of attention in the national media.

We are focused on building a successful team on the court and creating a top fan experience.

They were called La Red Avispa (The Wasp Network) and claim to have successfully foiled a number of threats against the island.

Six months after we spoke, more than two-dozen have successfully qualified, and won the same exemption.

Recently a woman successfully crowdfunded to pay off a $360 trip taken on her 26th birthday.

Last year, her group successfully helped push through a measure that made the sale of cat fur illegal in the country.

Artists Under Hitler successfully manages to add some grey to the generally black-and-white conversation about Nazis and art.

On some future occasion I may suggest how you may successfully perform your duties in your new position.

He had been in practise long and successfully enough to give a right claim to mastership.

While thus successfully active abroad, have Ministers been either idle or unsuccessful at home?

Rolfe became the first white man to raise tobacco successfully in Virginia.

Simcoe destroyed all the heavy baggage and military stores and returned successfully to Cornwallis the next morning.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to successfully, such as: profitably, strongly, well, auspiciously, flourishingly, and fortuitously.

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

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