What is the opposite of failed?

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Adjective
Opposite of failing to produce the intended result
Adjective
Opposite of bad or useless
Adjective
Opposite of unable to pay debts
Adjective
Opposite of beyond all hope
“He is a receptive kid, so trying to get him to stop drinking fizzy drinks is a promising cause.”
Adjective
(of a marriage or love affair) Opposite of ending in divorce or a breakup
“They have enjoyed a long and fruitful marriage.”
Adjective
(of an action or situation) Opposite of causing shame or a loss of honour
Adjective
Opposite of not satisfied, especially with the quantity of something
Adjective
Opposite of failed, not successful
Adjective
Opposite of has-been
Verb
(of a game or contest) Opposite of to have failed to win
“He won against his opponent, a fitting finale to the hard work and training he had put in over the last few months.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to let someone down, especially with regards to an obligation or duty
“I am always amazed at Austin and his ability to satisfy his KPIs regardless of the challenges before him.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to let someone down, especially with regards to an obligation or duty
“John never ceases to amaze me with his ability to fulfill deadlines on time and within the allocated budget.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to let someone down by abandoning or neglecting them
“Chase your dreams! We will always be here to support you.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to stop operating
“You will need some batteries to get that little engine to work.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to go into decline
“The results of your blood tests show that your health is starting to improve.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to become weaker or of poorer quality
“The reception appeared to progressively recover as we shifted the antenna to a different location.”
Verb
(of a business) Opposite of past tense for to go bankrupt
“Against the odds, his cafe would thrive in a suburb that was saturated with various eatery options.”
Verb
(of rain, a crop or supply) Opposite of past tense for to be insufficient when needed or expected
“His advisor advised him that if he invested in the right stocks, his wealth would prosper.”
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