Noun Accomplishment Definition and Examples


Noun:

Accomplishment

Pronunciation:

/əˈkʌmplɪʃm(ə)nt//əˈkɒmplɪʃm(ə)nt/

Definition:
1.

noun

Something that has been achieved successfully.
  1. 'Dmitri Mendeleev's discovery of the periodic law in the late 1860s was a remarkable accomplishment.'
  2. 'It was a remarkable accomplishment, but it destroyed the brand's aura of exclusivity.'
  3. 'As a professional basketball player, he achieved the highest accomplishment in the history of the sport.'
  4. 'By Moscow's account, the early years of the project were an accomplishment.'
  5. 'Certifying the Gordon Cosen's Forest, a five-million acre public land, is a remarkable accomplishment, but it is just the beginning.'
  6. 'That said, Rowson's is a remarkable accomplishment, because the psychological causes are so numerous, varied, and subtle.'
  7. 'McPhillips, 26, achieved an amazing accomplishment by securing both titles today.'
  8. 'It is a remarkable accomplishment on many levels.'
  9. 'It is a remarkable accomplishment, relating in cartoon form a hymn to ordinary people.'
  10. 'Against its own standards, it is a remarkable accomplishment.'
  11. 'For a guy who stands 5-foot - 5 and weighs 135 pounds, that is truly a remarkable accomplishment.'
  12. 'the accomplishment of planned objectives'
  13. 'Mechanical imagery assumes that organizations exist as instruments for task accomplishment.'
  14. 'The accomplishment of any worthwhile endeavor takes hard work and over coming of many hurdles.'
  15. 'Unless you're a Zen monk or similar there's no high art in the smooth accomplishment of routine chores but it's a sour individual who doesn't experience some pleasure in the feeling of a job well done.'
  16. 'I want each of you to understand that mission accomplishment means both war-fighting effectiveness and resourcefulness.'
  17. 'As airmen, successful mission accomplishment is our job, and receiving TACON for a mission is both a duty and an honor.'
  18. 'CMO have become just as crucial to mission accomplishment and execution as traditional combat operations.'
  19. 'An additional approach would be to encourage private civic organizations that facilitate translation in the accomplishment of their mission.'
  20. 'They have found it to be necessary for the accomplishment of developmental tasks and critical for cognitive and emotional growth.'
  21. 'To accomplish this task, doctrine would clearly lay out who is responsible for accomplishment of the separate tasks involved with each of these functions.'
  22. 'The policy of making only a perfunctory effort or symbolic gesture toward the accomplishment of a goal, such as racial integration.'
  23. 'Successful accomplishment of the Air Force mission will require a large portfolio of joint technology development efforts.'
  24. 'long-distance running was another of her accomplishments'
  25. 'His creative accomplishments were so many that I could only touch on some of them.'
  26. 'Clearly, Marlowe had a temper to match his scholarly and artistic accomplishments.'
  27. 'Life was no longer about relying on faults, but displaying our accomplishments.'
  28. 'Is there a way in which the accomplishments of these players can be proved beyond a reasonable doubt?'
  29. 'a poet of considerable accomplishment'
  30. 'Nero fancied himself an artist of some accomplishment.'
  31. 'Imagine a warrior society in which only martial prowess and accomplishment confer status and reward.'
  32. 'The right model for the teacher unions is the medieval craftsman guilds, the hallmarks of which were professional ability and demonstrated accomplishment.'
  33. 'Why would someone who is caught up in prestige want to work at a University where connections count for more than accomplishment or ability?'
  34. 'Exactly the kind of game you'd expect with the man who leads his profession in accomplishment and acrimony.'
  35. 'He's a man of extraordinary accomplishment and ability.'
  36. 'This is true even among artists of considerable accomplishment.'
  37. 'Shake Keane's was a rich and varied artistic life, with high levels of accomplishment in both literature and music.'
  38. 'In Communist Eastern Europe, state subsidies led to work of great technical accomplishment and artistic sophistication.'
  39. 'The outcome has been a style of flair and high technical accomplishment.'
((n.) The act of accomplishing; entire performance; completion; fulfillment; as, the accomplishment of an enterprise, of a prophecy, etc.|--|(n.) That which completes, perfects, or equips thoroughly; acquirement; attainment; that which constitutes excellence of mind, or elegance of manners, acquired by education or training.|--|)


noun

1. an act or instance of carrying into effect; fulfillment: the accomplishment of our desires.

2. something done admirably or creditably: Space exploration is a major accomplishment of science.

3. anything accomplished; deed; achievement: a career measured in a series of small accomplishments.

4. Often, accomplishments. a grace, skill, or knowledge expected in polite society. any acquired ability or knowledge.


Examples:

"people can be accomplished."
"tasks can be accomplished."
"objectives can be accomplished."
"communists can be accomplished."
"accomplishments can be in efforts."
"accomplishments can be for people."
"sufficiencies can be accomplished."
"programmes can be accomplished."
"programs can be accomplished."
"policings can be accomplished."
"missions can be accomplished."
"individuals can be accomplished."
"goals can be accomplished."
"administrations can be accomplished."
"accomplishments can be in works."
"accomplishments can be in places."
"accomplishments can be with roles."
"accomplishments can be to dates."
"accomplishments can be through lows."
"accomplishments can be through looks."


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