verb (used with object), a·chieved, a·chiev·ing.
verb (used without object), a·chieved, a·chiev·ing.
Origin of achieve
Examples from the Web for achiever
Early in life, Robert Ingersoll, talented orator and “self-made American achiever,” had ambitions to hold public office.
In some of the other versions the sword is already broken, and can only be made whole by the achiever of the Quest.Parzival (vol. 1 of 2)|Wolfram von Eschenback
But Cézanne, judged either as a theorist or as an achiever, is the preeminent figure in modern art.Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning|Willard Huntington Wright
The dreamer laid a hand on each of the achiever's strong shoulders and gazed long and searchingly into the confident face.Destiny|Charles Neville Buck