“My point of view was that we would not succeed unless we met the people face-to-face,” Badr said.
If we succeed, we will become different people in the process.
And of course, for those of us who enjoy seeing a new business that looks like it might succeed.
He will succeed Rudy DeLeon, who served as Deputy Secretary of Defense in the Clinton administration.
Let me be clear: No one wants the Republican Party to succeed more than I do.
Some months back, he had formed the plan which he thought most likely to succeed.
You have not set about obtaining my confidence in any way which could succeed.
The most diabolical nightmare may succeed a most delightful romance.
She made several attempts to see him; but in no instance did she succeed.
It may take him longer than he wants, but he will succeed, you may be sure of that.
late 14c., "come next after, take the place of another," from Old French succeder (14c.), from Latin succedere "come after, go near to," from sub "next to, after" (see sub-) + cedere "go, move" (see cede). Meaning "to continue, endure" is from early 15c. The sense of "turn out well, have a favorable result" is first recorded late 15c., with ellipsis of adverb (succeed well).