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Succeed

Pronunciation of Succeed
/səksˈiːd/, /səksˈiːd/, /s_ə_k_s_ˈiː_d/

Antonyms for succeed:

precede, flame-out, lose, fail.

Synonyms for succeed:

Sense 1

ace, switch, come at, unify, substitute, thrive on, DO, renew, supersede, sew up, usurp, ace out, squeak, represent, blossom, scrape through, supersize, break into, mop up, supplant, interchange, come up, make up for, come back, rotate, flower, chalk something up, make of, bubble under, win out, sit in for, vault, come together, turn around, swap.

Sense 2

relieve, establish, change, bloom, contrive, arrive, click, replace, lead, manage, storm, spell, displace, make.

Sense 3

bring about, beat, make out, ahead, advantage, rocket, peak, make good, operate.

Sense 4

carry, trade, record, reverse, shift.

Sense 5

trick, pull off, go over, get on.

Sense 6

score.

Sense 7

carry off, get along.

Sense 8

go far.

Sense 9

rise.

Sense 10

act.

Sense 29

go.

accomplish

bring off, history.

arrive

make it, prosper, make good.

bring off

carry off.

carry out

DO.

do well

thrive.

ensue

come after.

fall into place

click.

follow

postdate, supervene, go after.

fulfill

goods.

get along

get along.

go far

go far.

manage

squeak through, muddle through.

replace

pinch-hit.

survive

squeeze through.

triumph

wow, make a clean sweep.

win

grade.

Sense 2 (noun)

supersede, displace, win out, replace, supplant, supervene.

Sense 4 (noun)

break into, substitute, get on, go far, rise.

succeed (noun)

follow, win, come through, come after.

attain good outcome (verb)

fulfill, vanquish, score, arrive, prosper, make out, make it, overcome, thrive, win, earn, prevail, conquer, gain, accomplish, make good, flourish, acquire, carry off, triumph, pull off, surmount, achieve.

come after; take the place of (verb)

postdate, follow, result, ensue, displace, supplant, supervene, replace, supersede.

complete (verb)

carry out.

dominate (verb)

lord, oppress, master, subordinate, better, vanquish, preside, command, control, rule, predominate, conquer, oversee.

follow (verb)

lag, tail, result, ensue, descend, trail, pursue, chase.

prosper (verb)

prosper, thrive, luxuriate, flourish.

sequence (verb)

follow, chain, string, align, concatenate, sort, progress, arrange, link, array, queue, order, sequence, thread, rank.

succeed (verb)

consummate, earn, dominate, triumph, accomplish, win, prevail, achieve, attain, surmount, overcome, ascend, fulfill.

Usage examples for succeed:

  • I'm glad now I didn't succeed." - "Recollections of a Varied Life", George Cary Eggleston.
  • Every man who goes on the road does not succeed- not by any means. - "Tales of the Road", Charles N. Crewdson.
  • You can't fail to succeed. - "The Price She Paid", David Graham Phillips.

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