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  • verb

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triumph

work out

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make it

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take over from

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take over

follow

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Synonyms for succeed

to occur after in time

to gain success

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If you succeed I do not say that you will save a king; no, in presence of the scaffold as I am, royalty, I assure you, is a very small affair; but you will save a husband to his wife, a father to his children.
He was one of those gentlemen from nowhere Fate still succeeds in producing for the stimulation of mankind.
Before dawn he had slept for a few hours, and refreshed, vigorous, and in good spirits, he mounted his horse and rode out into the field in that happy mood in which everything seems possible and everything succeeds.
I don't think," she added, summing up these scattered remarks, "that any man is really happy unless he succeeds in his profession.
But for her sake I hope that Tario succeeds not so well with her as he has with me.
He never succeeds in becoming a real gentleman after all.
If he succeeds, we shall have the means for leaving Caspak and returning to our own world.
What a glorious accomplishment for him who first succeeds.
He does his best to get rid of us - he succeeds - he plans that we shall not return.
Then the beautiful girl said to him, 'If you succeed in bringing the mare back safely the third day, ask the Mother Dragon to give you a foal of the mare as a reward.
He who can modify his tactics in relation to his opponent and thereby succeed in winning, may be called a heaven-born captain.
At last, in the exigency to which I was reduced, I proposed to Toby that he should endeavour to go round to Nukuheva, and if he could not succeed in returning to the valley by water, in one of the boats of the squadron, and taking me off, he might at least procure me some proper medicines, and effect his return overland.
I have begun everything with the idea that I could succeed, and I never had much patience with the multitudes of people who are always ready to explain why one cannot succeed.
Feverishly he strove to remove the pouch from the ape and transfer it to his own possession; but the restricted radius to which his bonds held his hands prevented this, though he did succeed in tucking the pouch with its precious contents inside the waist band of his trousers.
You can lead men, I am sure, and there is no reason why you should not succeed at anything you set your hand to, just as you have succeeded with grammar.