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    1. coaching and the tools will help you succeed

    2. He tried not to spit but didn't quite succeed

    3. I’m not saying that you have to move to the rich neighborhood to succeed

    4. affecting your ability to succeed

    5. Follow these hints and you will succeed

    6. There are other groups among the Brazilians who want it, more because they are vying to succeed him in some custom they have called 'governor,' that I don't understand very well

    7. Bronner’s soap business - though entirely unique and induplicable -is testament to the fact that upstanding ideas and pure and natural ingredients can indeed succeed

    8. One last hard push and BOOM! They succeed

    9. Fog: If you are walking in fog, it means that you should try harder if you want to succeed

    10. Fountain: If you are at a fountain and its water is clear, you will succeed in business and love

    1. “Not again,” Henry said as he lifted up the paper and got a napkin, trying in vain to wipe the jam off the paper and succeeding only in smearing it around even more

    2. ’ He went on, barely succeeding in sounding civil he changes the subject so quickly

    3. “Oh I don’t believe our record keeping is that good,” he was still trying to act casual, but not completely succeeding

    4. There is a strange uneasy feeling around the house all evening with everyone trying to be normal and nearly succeeding, but I am not the only one who is relieved when it is time for bed

    5. If the society were annually to employ all the labour which it can annually purchase, as the quantity of labour would increase greatly every year, so the produce of every succeeding year would be of vastly greater value than that of the foregoing

    6. In the succeeding years of plenty, it was more difficult to get labourers and servants

    7. and the succeeding crop is mortgaged for the payment

    8. It had been the Tahoe that had opened up new vistas of trade, added new members to the Alliance, opened the frontier even further, and inspired the succeeding generations toward a greatness that hadn't beckoned them before there was a Tahoe

    9. “Kill us all, stop the mission succeeding, anything she has to, in order to stop the colonisation program

    10. She positioned herself next to Parmayan, trying so hard to appear relaxed, but not really succeeding

    1. If Althart had been correct in his back-of-the-envelope calculation of dendrite growth rates we probably would have succeeded and Narrulla's Tear would be inert wrecks of abandoned starships

    2. He succeeded but with some effort

    3. say they have succeeded in floating a frog in air

    4. He had succeeded in his task and had kept his promise to the Father; now he could rest

    5. Sheila felt again the satisfaction she had experienced when she had succeeded in grabbing the small bird

    6. She paused for comment, but had at last succeeded in gaining their considered attention

    7. 'Then King Philippe has succeeded in stopping us,' said

    8. Where Carl had failed to spit out his beer, I succeeded, spraying every last

    9. If Roman didn’t win my money back I’d still succeeded in at least

    10. succeeded in getting better Press (the cynic in me puts it

    1. If she succeeds she need never worry about losing her man

    2. where twenty fail for one that succeeds, that one ought to gain all that should have been

    3. most hazardous of all trades, that of a smuggler, though, when the adventure succeeds, it is

    4. If the project succeeds, they are commonly

    5. find it interesting how the mind succeeds

    6. Each new set of burgomasters visits the treasure, compares it with the books, receives it upon oath, and delivers it over, with the same awful solemnity to the set which succeeds ; and in that sober and religious country, oaths are not yet disregarded


    8. which implies that if he succeeds at asking the right way then she'll automatically give it to him, regardless of how painful the conversation

    9. Worst case scenario what if the terrorist succeeds in another 9/11? Will it bring you your knees? No

    10. Even when one succeeds in avoiding the dangers of the

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    Synonyms for "succeed"

    come after follow succeed bring home the bacon come through deliver the goods win replace supplant supersede supervene displace flourish achieve accomplish acquire thrive prevail triumph

    "succeed" definitions

    attain success or reach a desired goal

    be the successor (of)