success


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in classic literature ?
"Time and success have been good friends to both of us.
Sophia answered, "Well, I will undertake this too; but I cannot promise you as much success as in the former part, which I assure you I will not quit my father without obtaining.
And so every honest person, as he said, was on the side of today's success and was rejoicing over it.
The morbid fears superinduced by the shock following the sudden demise of the first creature of his experiments had given place to a growing desire to further prosecute his labors until enduring success had crowned his efforts with an achievement which he might exhibit with pride to the scientific world.
Simonov's other visitor, Trudolyubov, was a person in no way remarkable--a tall young fellow, in the army, with a cold face, fairly honest, though he worshipped success of every sort, and was only capable of thinking of promotion.
Peter is a good fellow and we all wish him success and prosperity.
The theoretical possibility of the experiment is therefore absolutely demonstrated; its success must depend upon the power of the engine employed.
Ferguson; secondly, as to the trip itself, which, some contended, would not be undertaken at all, and which was really contemplated, according to others; thirdly, upon the success or failure of the enterprise; and fourthly, upon the probabilities of Dr.
Is merit enough to bring success? Don't believe it.
Suppose the State of New York had been inclined to re-establish her lost jurisdiction over the inhabitants of Vermont, could she have hoped for success in such an enterprise from the efforts of the militia alone?
His Character, Enterprises, and Success. His Communications With the American Government.
Ye must be proud of your enemies; then, the successes of your enemies are also your successes.