1. attainment

noun. ['əˈteɪnmənt'] the act of achieving an aim.


  • course credit
  • accomplishment
  • rise to power
  • credit
  • accession
  • achievement
  • success


  • unpersuasiveness
  • powerless
  • uninterestingness
  • stupidity

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Rhymes with Attainment

  • infotainment
  • entertainment
  • containment
  • arraignment

Sentences with attainment

1. Noun, singular or mass
Certification demonstrates attainment of a certain level of professional knowledge as well as commitment to the field.

Quotes about attainment

1. Success for a woman means absolute surrender, in whatever direction. Whether she paints a picture, or loves a man, there is no division of labor possible in her economy. To the attainment of any end worth living for, a symmetrical sacrifice of her nature is compulsory upon her.
- Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, The Story of Avis

2. Will this be in the examination, Mr Hecker?"was the limit of my students' interest in any given subject. If it was going to be in the test they took notes, if it was not going to be in the test they did not take notes. Their silent, depthless stares were unnerving. I told myself that they were not stupid - for how could the final attainment of thousands of years of human progress be stupid?
- Tod Wodicka, All Shall Be Well; And All Shall Be Well; And All Manner of Things Shall Be Well

2. attainment

noun. ['əˈteɪnmənt'] arrival at a new stage.


  • arrival


  • powerful
  • powerlessness

3. attainment

noun. ['əˈteɪnmənt'] an ability that has been acquired by training.


  • craftsmanship
  • soldiering
  • showmanship
  • marksmanship
  • acquirement
  • accomplishment
  • literacy
  • mastership
  • mixology
  • power
  • workmanship
  • numeracy
  • salesmanship
  • soldiership
  • swordsmanship
  • skill
  • acquisition
  • ability
  • craft
  • horsemanship
  • oarsmanship


  • illiteracy
  • inaptitude
  • unable
  • incapacity