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Definition of success:

  1. The prosperous termination of anything attempted.
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This graph shows how "success" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for success:

  1. So I had little hope of success – Ways of Wood Folk by William J. Long
  2. I crept out again, with no better success than before. – Ways of Wood Folk by William J. Long
  3. So I did it all, and it was a great success – The Rough Road by William John Locke

Quotes for success:

  1. Such a faith would be fatal to my reason, to my liberty, and even to the success of my undertakings; it would immediately transform me into a stupid slave, an instrument of the will and interests of others.
  2. Success in management and success in sport are derived from the same basic principles.
  3. For someone who's had the level of success I've had, there's been very little critical review of my work, which is pretty fascinating.
  4. The secrets of success are a good wife and a steady job. My wife told me.
  5. Luxury is the wolf at the door and its fangs are the vanities and conceits germinated by success. When an artist learns this, he knows where the danger is.

Rhymes for success:

  1. bless, chess, cress, dress, es, fess, guess, hess, hesse, less, mess, ness, press, stress, tress, yes, ches, jess, kess, les, s, bess, wes, tess, crests, nes, abs, ess, gess, esse, gless, pless, ques, ress, vess, fests, guests;
  2. address, aggress, assess, caress, compress, confess, depress, digress, distress, egress, excess, express, finesse, fluoresce, impress, largesse, noblesse, obsess, oppress, possess, profess, progress, recess, redress, regress, repress, suppress, transgress, undress, unless, ellesse, digests, attests, requests, suggests, protests, divests, contests, molests, ls, vs, fs, ts, etess, invests, infests, retests;
  3. acquiesce, coalesce, convalesce, cps, dispossess, nonetheless, oas, reassess, repossess, ers, las, ins, cus, ccs, dss, pos, lcs, uss, uys, reinvests;
  4. nevertheless, ws, cmos, adss, tcas, stds, abts, hces;
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