What is the opposite of accomplishment?

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Noun
Opposite of something that has been achieved successfully
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Opposite of the fulfillment of an action
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Opposite of a high level of taste and enlightenment
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(mass noun) Opposite of the execution or accomplishment of a task or series of tasks
“Constant failure in the industry had prompted him to rethink his career and consider a change.”
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Opposite of something performed successfully with effort, skill, or courage
“A wholly unusual and uncommercial film, it was a spectacular failure upon release.”
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Opposite of an achievement that requires great courage, skill, or strength
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Opposite of the state of, or the act of working towards, the completion of a goal or objective
“The trust is projecting failure on four out of five key performance indicators set by the Government for financial performance.”
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Opposite of cleverness or skill
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Opposite of knowledge acquired through study, experience, or being taught
“It is ok to admit ignorance as long as you are willing to seek the truth.”
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Opposite of denotes a quality of skill that is extraordinary
“To compensate for my culinary clumsiness, I order takeout perhaps twice a week.”
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Opposite of the quality of being outstanding or extremely good
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Opposite of an end or final part or stage of something
“The beginning of the joke has to start strong, and then end with a clever punchline.”
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Opposite of an act of deception or trickery
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Opposite of mathematical ability
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Opposite of the quality of being inventive; creativity
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Opposite of a feeling of success or satisfaction
“There is great dissatisfaction among the general public regarding the redressal mechanism.”
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Opposite of the formal and final arrangement of an agreement
“Nurmagomedov revealed that there is already an ongoing negotiation between him, McGregor's camp, and the UFC regarding the potential fight.”
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Opposite of the act of fulfilling (one's obligation, duty or responsibility)
“His dismissal was allegedly due to the unfulfillment of his responsibilities.”
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Opposite of the action of putting something into operation
“There are many instances when misapplication of equipment is brought about by a lack of knowledge on the part of management as well as of equipment salesmen.”
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