from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who accomplishes or fulfils.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who accomplishes.
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- noun One who
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She has been a productive accomplisher her entire life; has been an imperfect yet shrewd operator her entire life.
-- The story of Lord Durie's abduction and captivity is differently told by Chambers in his _Domestic Annals of Scotland_, as far, at least, as the instigator of the kidnapping and its accomplisher are concerned.
The accomplisher of his preceptor's behest, having obtained them, he felt great delight and set out speedily for the city of Champa adorned with festoons of Champaka flowers.
That man who makes unto a Brahmana a gift of earth which has been tilled, or sown with seeds or which contains standing crops, or a mansion well-equipped with every necessary, succeeds in becoming (in next life) the accomplisher of the wishes of everybody.
That divine spirit whose course is marked with black and white stains, who is the supporter of fire, and who, though free from sin, is the accomplisher of desired karma, whom the wise regard as a great Rishi, is the fire Kapila, the propounder of the Yoga system called
And Arjuna the accomplisher of inconceivable feats, having won Draupadi by his success in the amphitheatre, was saluted with reverence by all the
And Arjuna the accomplisher of inconceivable feats, having won Draupadi by his success in the amphitheatre, was saluted with reverence by all the Brahmanas.
He is at once seer, creator, accomplisher, and present help in time of trouble.
He had many helpers, but he was the indispensable backer and accomplisher.
German women esteem the strong fighter, the rugged accomplisher the boisterous enthusiast, among their men.