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Accomplishable Ac*com"plish*a*ble, a.
Capable of being accomplished; practicable. --Carlyle.
Accomplished Ac*com"plished, a.
1. Completed; effected; established; as, an accomplished
2. Complete in acquirements as the result usually of
training; -- commonly in a good sense; as, an accomplished
scholar, an accomplished villain.
They . . . show themselves accomplished bees.
Daughter of God and man, accomplished Eve. --Milton.
Accomplisher Ac*com"plish*er, n.
One who accomplishes.
Unaccomplished Un`ac*com"plished, a.
Not accomplished or performed; unfinished; also, deficient in
Unaccomplishment Un`ac*com"plish*ment, n.
The state of being unaccomplished. [Obs.] --Milton.
Meaning of Accomplish from wikipedia
- how-to is an informal
and often short video
or text describing
how to accomplish
task. A how-to is usually meant
to help non-experts and consequently...
the use of many computing resources
over long periods
of time to accomplish
a com****tional task. The HTC community
is also concerned
- for accomplishing
a goal Selection Rules
when a goal is attempted, there
may be more than one method available
to the user to accomplish
- an accountable partner
to help a person accomplish their
goal is one reason
92% of people
did not accomplish their
New Year's resolution according
- specific industry Voluntary
****ociation, a body formed
a purpose, usually
****ociation (archaeology), the close...
- cooperatively discover
puzzles, and accomplish tasks
in one or more rooms
goal in a limited amount
- gladly engaging
activities, and it functions
one to accomplish wholesome
actions. Vīrya literally means
"state of a strong...
- with the hand) is a swift attack
in a single
blow. The United States Department
- or procedural
knowledge) is a term for practical knowledge
on how to accomplish
something, as opposed
to "know-what" (facts), "know-why" (science), or...
(engineering), rigid bodies connected
a desired force
and/or motion transmission Mechanism