Successful – Synonyms

28.10.22 Synonyms Time to read: 1min

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When someone or something is “successful”, something positive has been achieved or something has resulted in a positive outcome. It may also describe someone wealthy or with a high and powerful position in their career. In academic writing, the word “successful” often indicates that experimental methods or research have accomplished results in favor of the study.

However, more synonyms will be listed in this article.

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“Successful” – General synonyms

The following illustrates another word for “successful” that may be used in everyday conversation as well as in academic writing.

  • Accomplished
  • Achieved
  • Acknowledged
  • Advantageous
  • Efficacious
  • Effective
  • Efficient
  • Extraordinary
  • Fortunate
  • Noteworthy
  • Outstanding
  • Productive
  • Rewarding
  • Thriving
  • Victorious
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“Successful” – Synonyms used in academic writing

In an academic context, the word “successful” is commonly used to communicate that predicted results or positive outcomes of a study have been accomplished.

Are you looking for another word for “successful” for your academic paper? Have a look at the table below with the 5 top suggestions from our BachelorPrint-Team.

“Successful” Synonyms Examples
Accomplished The experiment was successful in terms of indicating…
The experiment accomplished indicating…
Achieved Conducting the interview has been successful.
Conducting the interview has been achieved.
Efficacious This method has been proven to be successful.
This method has been proven to be efficacious.
Productive The outcome turned out successful.
The outcome turned out productive.
Rewarding The outcome turned out successful.
The outcome turned out rewarding.


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Salome Stolle works as the brand manager for the English market at BachelorPrint. Throughout her 12-year residency in Denmark, she completed her International baccalaureate and Master’s in Culture, Communication, and Globalization with a specialization in media and market consumption. Through this experience, she has gained advanced competencies in academic writing and a high proficiency level in the English language. With her passion for writing, she does not only deliver well-written content but also strives to adjust to the students’ demands.

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