excel

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  • He excelled in all sports but in high school football was his best.
  • Additional awards are available for those who excel in community service as well.
  • He lives with his wife and has three children, all of whom excel with sports.
  • He also attended another public high school where he excelled in basketball and baseball.
  • Nearly every man engaged in it has some particular branch in which he excels. Cited from Camp-Fire and Cotton-Field, by Thomas W. Knox
  • Can he find the hope or desire to excel and advance in life?
  • His international career was a start-stop affair, however he excelled at club level.
  • There he quickly excelled, and was eventually offered his own shop to run.
  • Indeed, even in their present state, I know no place that excels them. Cited from Voyages and Travels, Vol. 16, by Robert Kerr
  • Some prisoners excel and are able to do more than what is required of them.
  • The winning team will typically have excelled in all of these areas.
  • His speed also helped him excel in football in high school.
  • Despite this he excelled in literature, receiving an award in his final year.
  • He excelled in everything he did, particularly when he had an audience.
  • He has excelled in that role as well as serving in middle relief and set-up.
  • He excelled at drawing but seemed to lack any natural color sense.
  • He excels in his game and turns out to be a star player.
  • He ended up, not just having a long career, but also excelling.
  • For the rest of the year she didn't excel as much as previously.
  • They continue to excel each year in a sport most people don't keep up with.
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Meaning of excel

  • verb Distinguish oneself
    She excelled in math