from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who achieves or accomplishes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who achieves; a winner.
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- noun One who
achieves; a winner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a person with a record of successes
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The joy of finishing a novel, being in that 10% an important thing for a former over-achiever, is short-lived for me.
Born with a silver spoon … GWB, a born non-achiever, is the Frontman-in-Chief & Cheerleader for Big Oil, Insurance, Pharmaceuticals, the War Profiteers Industry.
The achiever is a former soldier and little known in the climbing community.
RMT does conflict with a certain "achiever" style of play where success is measured by the amount of loot you have--if you buy the loot on the RMT market rather than winning it through play, that's cheating at the game.
"Kids are particularly effective in getting changes into these 'achiever' households," for example by demanding a greener household, Guns says.
We're not sure if she's designed to teach English to Japanese children or vice versa, but we're sure that those parents with 'achiever' status inscribed on their foreheads - in whatever language - will be all over this beauty like a Shibumi rash.
It makes no difference whether your team is an "achiever," to use Limbaugh's term for one who enjoys success, or a slacker, like ... well, the Rams.
(Is Obama another anti-Israel 'achiever' in the list of many US presidents of the same
According to the General Social Survey, in 1977, 11 percent of all American women said that premarital sex was always or almost always wrong, but disagreed that “it is much better for everyone involved if the man is the achiever outside the home and the woman takes care of the home and family.”
The achiever in Girish wanted to win here too, her coldness challenged him.