Failure and Win

Failure

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Failure noun – A falling short of one's goals.
Usage example: the failure of the school's fund-raising drive was a big disappointment to all

Win is an antonym for failure in topics: lack of success, person who does not succeed.
Nearby Words: fail, failing, failed
Antonyms for Failure

Win

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Win noun – An instance of defeating an enemy or opponent.
Usage example: a team with 12 wins and two losses

Failure is an antonym for win in victory topic.
Nearby Words: winning, winner, wining
Antonyms for Win
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How words are described

special special failure special win
complete complete failure complete win
instant instant failure instant win
total total failure total win
Other adjectives: critical, single, real, massive, big, huge, automatic, possible, random, subsequent, last, aforementioned, biggest.

Both words in one sentence

  • After the dismal failure of Batman & Robin, The Dark Knight Saga by Christopher Nolan rebooted the film franchise in order to win back Batman fans.
  • Failure Is the Only Option It's very obvious she is always going to win every single one of these contests, although "failure" is a relative term when you have the cutest girl in the class paying this much attention to you.
  • Western Animation / Wacky Races Failure Is the Only Option: Dick Dastardly's car is much, much faster than the other racers, and would win if he followed the rules.
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Win and Failure. (2016). Retrieved 2021, November 30, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/failure/win
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