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What is the opposite of failing?

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Adjective
Opposite of weak or feeble in quality or condition
Adjective
Opposite of lacking physical strength, especially due to illness or age
Adjective
Opposite of limited or insufficient in quantity
“We ordered extra for the party so there should be adequate food for everyone.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a period or process of decrease or decline
Adjective
Opposite of deteriorating or getting worse in condition
Adjective
Opposite of failing to produce the intended result
Adjective
(stock market) Opposite of tending towards lower prices
“It was one of many rising blue chips stocks that contributed to the strong market trend yesterday.”
Adjective
Opposite of low in standard or quality due to lacking in a required or necessary quality
Adjective
Opposite of irresponsible or negligent in behavior
Noun
Opposite of a weak point
Noun
Opposite of a negative consequence or downside of a given course of action
Noun
Opposite of an error or mistake, typically caused by a brief failure of concentration or judgment
Noun
Opposite of the process of organic decay or rotting
Noun
Opposite of the state of being prone to error
Noun
Opposite of a gradual and continuous loss of strength, numbers, quality, or value
“The rise in our revenue this month is cause for optimism.”
Noun
Opposite of a misguided act
“For Katharine, doing a good deed was a reward in itself.”
Noun
Opposite of the act or instance of being defeated or failing
“Ashleigh's victory would lead to her becoming the sport's top-ranked player.”
Noun
Opposite of an object, person or endeavor in a state of failure
“John is a savvy man, and most of his business ventures have been a success.”
Noun
Opposite of a lack of success
“The success of her business allows her to travel overseas frequently.”
Noun
Opposite of an act or incidence of defecting
Noun
Opposite of the cause of someone's downfall
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to fail, especially in spectacular fashion
“You must possess the will to succeed if you want to be rich and famous!”
Verb
(satisfying) Opposite of present participle for to let someone down, especially with regards to an obligation or duty
“I am always amazed at Austin and his ability to satisfy his KPIs regardless of the challenges before him.”
Verb
(amazing) Opposite of present participle for to let someone down, especially with regards to an obligation or duty
“John never ceases to amaze me with his ability to fulfill deadlines on time and within the allocated budget.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to let someone down by abandoning or neglecting them
“Chase your dreams! We will always be here to support you.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to stop operating
“You will need some batteries to get that little engine to work.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to deteriorate or go into decline, especially physically
“The results of your blood tests show that your health is starting to improve.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to become weaker or of poorer quality
“The reception appeared to progressively recover as we shifted the antenna to a different location.”
Verb
(of a business) Opposite of present participle for to go bankrupt
“Against the odds, his cafe would thrive in a suburb that was saturated with various eatery options.”
Verb
(of rain, a crop or supply) Opposite of present participle for to be insufficient when needed or expected
“His advisor advised him that if he invested in the right stocks, his wealth would prosper.”
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