verb (used with object)
Origin of accomplish
Related formsac·com·plish·a·ble, adjectiveac·com·plish·er, nounpre·ac·com·plish, verb (used with object)un·ac·com·plish·a·ble, adjective
Can be confusedaccomplice accomplish
Examples from the Web for accomplish
They were able to move forward, accomplish goals, and meet friends.
Like I said, in spite of or because of my circumstances, I was able to accomplish my dreams.
And yet, ultimately, the Supreme Court holds the power to uphold or undo what it has taken him years to accomplish.
It took a special, meticulous kind of person to accomplish the undertaking, someone with brains, patience, and nerves of steel.
Leaving the body consciously is a feat only a fully liberated master with no more karma can accomplish.When Gary Wright Met George Harrison: Dream Weaver, John and Yoko, and More|Gary Wright|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Whatever we could not manage, Clarence was to accomplish when he should come home.Chantry House|Charlotte M. Yonge
To accomplish an object so desirable is by no means an easy task.The Young Mother|William A. Alcott
To accomplish this stroke it was necessary to travel forty leagues along the sea coast.The Great Company|Beckles Willson
Another expedition was accordingly prepared to accomplish this grand object, consisting of 300 men, led by M. de Villiers.The Conquest of Canada (Vol. 2 of 2)|George Warburton
Joseph had but recently escaped from his persecutors, who sought to accomplish his destruction.History of the Prophet Joseph by His Mother|Lucy Smith