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"success" appears within the following entries:
Abominable
...       Return'dsuccessful beyond hope, to lead thee ...
Above (adverb)
...only ornamental, and that the success of the duel had been the same...
Abrade
...a continued supply of what is successively abraded from them by dec...
Accomplishment
... of a prophecy.The miraculous success of the apostles preaching, an...
Achieve
...riends, are crown'd with sure success:The greater part perform'd, a...
Acknowledgment
...g man to an original of every successive individual. Hale's Origin ...
Acquired
...opted desires; but a constant succession of uneasiness, out of that...
Actor
...defects of both: and good for succession, that young men may be lea...
Adjudge
... one topical argument; by the success of which, victory is adjudged...
Administration
...carried on by their immediate successors, and to be compleated by t...
Admittance
..., holding that separate souls successively supplied other bodies, t...
Adopt
...opted desires; but a constant succession of uneasinesses, out of th...
Affiance (noun)
... There can be no surer way to success, than by disclaiming all conf...
Afterages
...s. n.s. [from after and ages] successive times; posterity. This wor...
Aftercost
... aftercost and labour prove unsuccessful. Mortimer's Husbandry....
Again
.... 27. In order of rank or succession; marking distribution. Que...
Against
...gainst all omens of their ill success; With fates averse, the rout ...
Agent (adjective)
... which is acted upon. This success is oft truly ascribed unto th...
Back (verb)
...treat this bold aspiring man? success still follows him, and backs ...
Be
...and be to descend only to his successive heirs, by the ordinance of...
Corporation
...ot forbidden; and bindeth the successors, as a single man binds his...
Correspond
... one be compared with another successively throughout the year, are...
Court (noun)
...ering why poets have such ill success in making their court, since ...
Cross (verb active)
... Fryar. Swell'd with our late successes on the foe, Which France an...
Dry (verb active)
...lone;Which burning upwards in succession, driesThe tears that stood...
Elate (adjective)
...[elatus, Latin.] Flushed with success; elevated prosperity; lofty; ...
Elate (verb)
...e noun.] To elevate with success; to puff up with prosperity. ...
Elation
...] Haughtiness proceeding from success; pride of prosperity. God...
Elbowchair
...n the English stage with good success. Gay....
Evolution
...so that the same line becomes successively a less arch of a recipro...
Existence
...any being can be eternal with successive eternal physical changes, ...
Existency
...any being can be eternal with successive eternal physical changes, ...
Facility
...; though facility and hope of success might invite some other choic...
Fascine
...illed a ditch with faggots as successfully as the generals of our t...
Gall (noun)
...op of the gall of an eel with success. Arbuthnot on Diet. The p...
Give (verb active)
...luded from all possibility of success. Addison's Freeholder.An old ...
Glory (noun)
...v. 14. Generous pride.The success of those wars was too notable...
Go
...hen the expectoration goes on successfully, not so proper, because ...
Happy
...iserable. Addison. Lucky; successful; fortunate.Chymists have b...
Hold (verb active)
...;       And so success of mischief shall be born, An...
Horse (noun)
...p; Th' Arcadian horseWith ill success engage the Latin force. Dryde...
Justify
...r fathers by an uninterrupted succession. Atterbury's Sermons. ...
Keep (verb active)
...nor should so much malign his successor, as to suffer an evil to gr...
Ladder
...ave him in the full career of success, mounting fast towards the to...
Make (verb active)
...ay those that aspire to their succession, that there was never king...
Palm (noun)
...o the mouth. Bacon.Seeking my success in love to know,I try'd th' i...
Proximity
...ably been carried by right of succession, according to proximity of...
Rule (noun)
...e positive heir, the right of succession; and consequently of beari...
Set (verb active)
...ver his horse. Hayward. Equal success had set these champions high,...
Snuff (verb active)
... He roars and promises a more successful fight. Dryden.   &nbs...
So
...f doubting but it shall prove successful to him, and so all that he...
Take (verb active)
...Locke.We were so confident of success, that most of my fellow-soldi...
Timbered
...d ; contrived. He left the succession to his second son; not bec...
Vacant
...he throne vacant, thought the succession should immediately go to t...
Vicissitude
...f the same things in the same succession.       &nbs...
Welfare
.... [well and fare.] Happiness; success; prosperity. If friends t...
Well (adverb)
...? Swift. Not amiss; not unsuccessfully; not erroneously. Solyma...
Work (verb active)
...n's Cato. To influence by successive impulses.If you would work...
Yesterday (noun)
...ng for the late extraordinary successes. Addison. Mrs. Simper se...
Yield (verb neuter)
...y hath it given me earnest of success?If good, why do I yield to th...
Zealot
... have wished or acted for the success of an enterprize, that might ...

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