non-achiever

non-achiever

n
a person who consistently fails to achieve, esp academically
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Lambert, who only scored one goal after sealing a PS3 million switch from Liverpool, was billed as the biggest non-achiever after Berahino.
But now it seems non-achiever Iain Duncan Smith is infected with similar delusions of grandeur.
A non-achiever will become discouraged with education.
He then goes on to ask why the authors are so keen to heap praise on Wylie, a singer who he describes as "a non-achiever [who] never made an LP of worth (never even made an LP, some say).
Mr Spellacey, who was written off as non-achiever at school due to debilitating dyslexia, has successfully proved his doubters wrong by fulfilling his ambition to create a varied collection of artistic works.
6 percent in the first half of 2013 -- a remarkable turnaround for a country once seen as an irredeemable non-achiever.
6 percent in the first half of 2013 - a remarkable turnaround for a country once seen as an irredeemable non-achiever.
Sheridan, for Top Hat, and Richardson, for Magic Genie, another non-achiever for Mick Easterby now showing up in a different role, were among six riders to receive pounds 1,000 cheques from RoR at the earlier Cartier dinner, for their achievements with ex-racers now in the polo field.
I feel defeated, a total moron, a complete non-achiever.
Where "La Brassiere" comically subverted Koo and Lau's masculine images by having them go round in women's falsies, here the joke comes from casting matinee idol Koo as a sexual non-achiever and Lau, not a prototype romantic lead, as an incurable lothario.
The mean calculations of the business performance measures for achiever and non-achiever groups as well as overall means are presented in Table 3.

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