Suced vs. Succeed: What's the Difference?
"Suced" is incorrect. The right spelling is "Succeed," meaning to achieve a desired result or outcome
Which is correct: Suced or Succeed
How to spell Succeed?
Suced is Incorrect
Succeed is Correct
Remember there are two “c”s and two “e”s in "Succeed."
Success has double “c”s and “s”s, and so does "Succeed."
Think of it as "Suc-ceed"; the word contains the hint to "proceed."
Note the “seed” at the end, which grows into success.
The extra 'c' and 'e' ensure you exceed in spelling "Succeed."
Suced and Succeed Definitions
Suced is an incorrect spelling of Succeed.
To thrive or prosper.
His business managed to succeed despite the recession.
To turn out successfully.
The play succeeded beyond expectations.
To come next in time or order
She fell sick, and what succeeded was an outpouring of concern from her fans.
To replace another in office or position
The prince succeeded to the throne.
To accomplish something desired or intended
"Success is counted sweetest / By those who ne'er succeed" (Emily Dickinson).
(Obsolete) To pass to a person by way of inheritance.
To come after (something) in time or order; follow
Winter succeeds autumn.
To come after and take the place of
The heir succeeded the king.
(transitive) To follow something in sequence or time.
Autumn succeeds summer.
(transitive) To replace or supplant someone in order vis-à-vis an office, position, or title.
The king's eldest son succeeds his father on the throne.
After a contentious election, Jones succeeded Smith as president of the republic.
Take the place of
(intransitive) To come after or follow; to be subsequent or consequent; often with to.
(intransitive) To come in the place of another person, thing, or event; to come next in the usual, natural, or prescribed course of things; to follow; hence, to come next in the possession of anything; often with to.
Following the death of his mother, he succeeded to the throne.
So, if the issue of the elder son succeed before the younger, the crown (or: property) falls to me.
(intransitive) To ascend the throne after the removal or death of the occupant.
Princess Buttercup succeeded to the throne as queen after King Willoughby died.
(intransitive) To prevail in obtaining an intended objective or accomplishment; to prosper as a result or conclusion of a particular effort.
The persecution of any righteous practice has never succeeded in the face of history; in fact, it can expedite the collapse of the persecutory regime.
She succeeded in her efforts to repair the tank.
(intransitive) To prosper or attain success and beneficial results in general.
Voted most likely to succeed
To turn out, fare, do (well or ill).
(transitive) To support; to prosper; to promote or give success to.
(intransitive) To descend, as an estate or an heirloom, in the same family; to devolve; often with to.
To fall heir to; to inherit.
To go down or near with to.
To follow in order; to come next after; hence, to take the place of; as, the king's eldest son succeeds his father on the throne; autumn succeeds summer.
As he saw him nigh succeed.
To fall heir to; to inherit.
To come after; to be subsequent or consequent to; to follow; to pursue.
Destructive effects . . . succeeded the curse.
To support; to prosper; to promote.
Succeed my wish and second my design.
To come in the place of another person, thing, or event; to come next in the usual, natural, or prescribed course of things; to follow; hence, to come next in the possession of anything; - often with to.
If the father left only daughters, they equally succeeded to him in copartnership.
Enjoy till I returnShort pleasures; for long woes are to succeed!
To ascend the throne after the removal the death of the occupant.
No woman shall succeed in Salique land.
To descend, as an estate or an heirloom, in the same family; to devolve.
To obtain the object desired; to accomplish what is attempted or intended; to have a prosperous issue or termination; to be successful; as, he succeeded in his plans; his plans succeeded.
It is almost impossible for poets to succeed without ambition.
Spenser endeavored it in Shepherd's Kalendar; but neither will it succeed in English.
To go under cover.
Will you to the cooler cave succeed!
Attain success or reach a desired goal;
The enterprise succeeded
We succeeded in getting tickets to the show
She struggled to overcome her handicap and won
Be the successor (of);
Carter followed Ford
Will Charles succeed to the throne?
To achieve a desired result.
She worked hard to succeed in her exams.
To follow after something or someone.
The prince will succeed the king.
To replace someone in a position.
The assistant will succeed the manager after retirement.
What is the root word of Succeed?
The root word is Latin "succedere."
What is the verb form of Succeed?
Succeed is already in its verb form.
What is the pronunciation of Succeed?
Which article is used with Succeed?
"The" can be used with its nominal form, success, but verbs generally don't take articles.
Which vowel is used before Succeed?
The vowel "u" is used.
Which conjunction is used with Succeed?
Conjunctions like "and" or "but" can be used, depending on the context.
Is Succeed a negative or positive word?
Why is it called Succeed?
The term "Succeed" comes from Latin "succedere," meaning "come after or follow."
What is the plural form of Succeed?
Verbs do not have plural forms.
Is Succeed a collective noun?
What is the singular form of Succeed?
Succeed (it's a verb and doesn't have a singular/plural distinction).
Which preposition is used with Succeed?
"In" as in "succeed in an attempt."
Is the Succeed term a metaphor?
No, but it can be used metaphorically.
Is the word Succeed imperative?
It can be used in the imperative form, like "Succeed in your endeavors!"
What is a stressed syllable in Succeed?
The second syllable, "ceed."
What is the opposite of Succeed?
Is Succeed a vowel or consonant?
It's a word, not a letter, and contains both vowels and consonants.
What is the third form of Succeed?
How is Succeed used in a sentence?
"If you persist, you will surely succeed."
Is Succeed a countable noun?
It's a verb and isn't counted.
How many syllables are in Succeed?
What is the second form of Succeed?
Is Succeed a noun or adjective?
Is Succeed an adverb?
Is Succeed an abstract noun?
No, but its noun form "success" is abstract.
How do we divide Succeed into syllables?
What part of speech is Succeed?
What is another term for Succeed?
Which determiner is used with Succeed?
Determiners aren't typically used with verbs.
What is the first form of Succeed?
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