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Synonyms for unsuccess

the condition of not achieving the desired end

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Angels of unsuccess, we floated over molten pavement that poured downtown to shimmering towers where we did the small things we did then, for money.
John Dennis of San Francisco, an ergonomic furniture entrepreneur who campaigned for Paul and was endorsed by him, ran unsuccess fully against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in 2010 on the Republican ticket, and is trying again this year.
Whether it was Pound's images or Yeats's symbols or Eliot's allusions, they were all devices intended to serve one purpose and one purpose only, and that was to conceal personal pain and hopes and fears and feelings, beliefs, opinions, and dislikes, so that they, as poets, might not appear to be merely continuing to lament human unsuccess as all of the preceding generations of poets have only ever done.
Supporters will be asked to pledge 10% of their investment into this account which would be returned if the bid was unsuccess ful.
Trainers have been fail in unsuccess when they can not connect with their players (E.
Follow, poet, follow right To the bottom of the night, With your unconstraining voice Still persuade us to rejoice; With the farming of a verse Make a vineyard of the curse, Sing of human unsuccess In a rapture of distress; In the deserts of the heart Let the healing fountain start, In the prison of his days Teach the free man how to praise.
Zanotti E, Rubini F, Iotti G, Braschi A, Palo A, Bruschi C, Fracchia C, Nava S (1995) Elevated static compliance of the total respiratory system: early predictor of weaning unsuccess in severed COPD patients mechanically ventilated.
Morse, "'Singing of Human Unsuccess': Brian Friel's Portraits of the Artist" (13-34); Giovanna Tallone, "Restless Wanderers and Great Pretenders: Fox Melarkey and Frank Hardy" (35-60); and Csilla Bertha, "Music and Words in Brian Friel's Performances" (61-72).
These young writers received a gift that few of their routinely unpublished peers will ever claim: they were offered encouragement to continue writing and developing before time and unsuccess left them too discouraged to go on.
To what students attribute their academic success and unsuccess.
He is a novelist known only for his "technical ability," but by the spring of 1946, when the book's main action takes place, he can begin to "hear the popular reviewers dipping their pens for the plaudits." He is about to lose "the exclusiveness of unsuccess"--as indeed had Greene himself.
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.
He also said of the little cartoonlike men in his drawings, "They come out of the dark to vanish into the dark." And: "My drawing is a perpetually renewed and unsuccessful attempt at primitive magic." Was he dismayed by that unsuccess? It seems not--he accepted without complaint that his drawings' magic was imperfect, that between the pencil in his hand and the sheet of paper on his desk something intervened to derail his best efforts to capture the shapes of life in their endlessly seductive but also undeniably comic, therefore inescapably tragic, vitality.