Antonyms for non successes

Grammar : Noun
Spell : suhk-ses
Phonetic Transcription : səkˈsɛs

Definition of non successes

Origin :
  • 1530s, "result, outcome," from Latin successus "an advance, succession, happy outcome," from succedere "come after" (see succeed). Meaning "accomplishment of desired end" (good success) first recorded 1580s.
  • The moral flabbiness born of the bitch-goddess SUCCESS. That -- with the squalid interpretation put on the word success -- is our national disease. [William James to H.G. Wells, Sept. 11, 1906]
  • Success story is attested from 1925. Among the French phrases used in English late 19c. were succès d'estime "cordial reception given to a literary work out of respect rather than admiration" and succès de scandale "success (especially of a work of art) dependent upon its scandalous character."
  • As in miscarriage : noun failure
  • As in insolvency : noun failure
  • As in licking : noun defeat
  • As in nonfeasance : noun failure
  • As in thrashing : noun defeat
  • As in unsuccess : noun failure
  • As in unsuccessfulness : noun failure
  • As in vanquishment : noun defeat
  • As in defeat : noun overthrow, beating
  • As in disappointment : noun mental upset; displeasure
  • As in failure : noun lack of success
  • As in frustration : noun disappointment, thwarting

Synonyms for non successes

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