unsuccess


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Synonyms for unsuccess

the condition of not achieving the desired end

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Braff concentrated on theatre after an unsuccess TV show.
They stand before us like tribal gods meting out success and unsuccess, all that we lift our eyes to.
When the intervention strategies are unsuccess ful, child protective services may need to be notified, and the social worker should assist the agency and the family in the best interests of the child.
There is no cause to think that our efforts are doomed to be disappointed--the decline in welfare rolls and the greater use of imprisonment that has clearly cut crime both stem in part from moral and cultural battles that conservatives waged, with apparent unsuccess, over many years.
First, there were Poe's numerous laudatory references to Dickens's works over the years, his one personal meeting with Dickens (misleadingly stated by Poe to Lowell to be two meetings)(3) and his request for English publishing favors for the American, the unsuccess of which turned Poe against him.
The footnotes reverberate not merely because they court unsuccess.
To confuse work with prayer, good intentions with the spiritual life, profession with commitment, will only hasten the collapse of a good structure brought down by the weight of unsuccess.
Perceiving the unsuccess of his love affair--"Since nothing all my love avails, / Since all, my life seemed meant for, fails"--he looks to the poet, sculptor, and musician for company in his misery: "Fail I alone, in words and deeds?
We have tried to sell it but so far have been unsuccess ful.
The visitors side is led by former Moseley flanker Pete Buxton while Ryan Lamb who spent a largely unsuccess ful six months on loan at Per-temps Bees last season starts at fly half.
I was sacked for having managed other people's money with spectacular unsuccess," Wheeler admits.
First, there were Poe's numerous laudatory references to Dickens's works over the years, his one personal meeting with Dickens (misleadingly stated by Poe to Lowell to be two meetings) (3) and his request for English publishing favors for the American, the unsuccess of which turned Poe against him.