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Definition of "high-achieving" []

  • (of a person) dynamic, ambitious, and successful (adjective)

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Use "high-achieving" in a sentence
  • "The book emphasizes goal-setting for the high-achieving classroom, but never loses the reader in the quagmire of impersonal theory."
  • "In my research into the lives of some 75 high-achieving, clearly independent women, I knew that I would find a powerful connection between them and the first men in their lives."
  • "It's the fear of every high-achieving professional: excelling, reaching the pinnacle of your field—and, the next day, having to start over."