Half-successful



[suh k-ses-fuh l] /səkˈsɛs fəl/

adjective
1.
achieving or having achieved .
2.
having attained wealth, position, honors, or the like.
3.
resulting in or attended with .
/səkˈsɛsfʊl/
adjective
1.
having succeeded in one’s endeavours
2.
marked by a favourable outcome
3.
having obtained fame, wealth, etc
adj.

1580s, from success + -ful. Originally any kind of success; since late 19c. it has tended to mean “wealthy” unless otherwise indicated. Related: Successfully.

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