attainment

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  • Just say anything you can to the credit of her character and general attainments. Cited from Wild Kitty, by L. T. Meade
  • I had no idea that he was a man of such considerable attainments. Cited from The Mystery of 31 New Inn, by R. Austin Freeman
  • The goal-attainment approach states that organizations are effective when they meet their goals.
  • He has studied the role of health in the status attainment process.
  • These findings can tell us many things about the status attainment of average person.
  • The town's educational attainment has continued to improve over the last few years.
  • A beautiful woman is more vain of her beauty than she is of her personal attainments. Cited from Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women, by George Sumner Weaver
  • Among them were men of the first political influence and mental attainments. Cited from The Life of George Washington, Vol. 1 (of 5), by John Marshall
  • To let understanding stop at what cannot be understood is a high attainment.
  • He was a man of very considerable attainments, if he were not a very great poet. Cited from A Mere Accident, by George Moore
  • The award takes into account need as well as academic attainment.
  • Religion and literary attainments not to be described to young persons as too hard. Cited from Life Of Johnson, Volume 5, by Boswell
  • If men had not in all times wanted the same things it would be impossible to measure their attainments. Cited from The Moral Economy, by Ralph Barton Perry
  • His attainments were already up to the standard required for average success in such competitions. Cited from Born In Exile, By George Gissing
  • Perhaps this was because, despite his attainments, he is still young. Cited from The Blind Spot, by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
  • He is a man of excellent character, high attainments and great ability. Cited from The Philippines: Past and Present (Vol. 1 of 2), by Dean C. Worcester
  • My resolution to do well apparently as firm, my knowledge and attainments as extensive. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 329, March 1843, Vol. 53
  • His attainments were such as fitted him for much higher position in the service than he had yet acquired. Cited from History of Kershaw's Brigade, by D. Augustus Dickert
  • The glory of art, which lay beyond its poor actual attainments, is lost. Cited from Robert Browning, by Edward Dowden
  • Her musical attainments, which would naturally have been the first thought, were out of the question. Cited from The Mystery of Mary, by Grace Livingston Hill
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Words starting with attainment

Meaning of attainment

  • noun The act of achieving an aim
    the attainment of independence
  • noun Arrival at a new stage
    his attainment of puberty was delayed by malnutrition