The act of accomplishing; entire performance; completion; fulfillment; as, the accomplishment of an enterprise, of a prophecy, etc. (noun)
Examples of word accomplishment
_accomplishment_, as a superficial and ornamental attainment, almost the only one I possess -- and formerly, if I had any vanity at all connected with any endowment or attainment of mine, it was with this, for I had observed that no accomplishment was so rare.
This accomplishment is the result of the fruitful combination of the artist who creates the art, and the "amateur" who loves it: individuals, corporations, foundations, government work together to find audiences and the funds to give expression to our creative talent.
I feel only too often their inadequacy to express my ideals; thus what you speak of as accomplishment I fear is often but attempt.
While my outgivings have always been sincere, I feel only too often their inadequacy to express my ideals; thus what you speak of as accomplishment I fear is often but attempt.
I think it would be much more problematic if the hero’s main accomplishment is a temporary victory over a villain that somehow escapes.
Every accomplishment is a victory and should be celebrated.
My main accomplishment of the day was walking from the Zoo to Pioneer Square starting about 6pm, stopping for a little of the memorial concert for Les Sarnoff.
His greatest accomplishment is forming a perfect ass-groove in his couch.
(And he was the second guy on the moon – and the guy who punched out Bart Sibrel, not the equal in accomplishment, but just as gratifying for a person to watch!)