ambition : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a cherished desire
his ambition is to own his own business
- n a strong drive for success
- v have as one's ambition
- Anyone who doubts that children are born with a healthy amount of ambition need spend only a few minutes with a baby eagerly learning to walk or a headstrong toddler starting to .
- Ambition: Why Some People Are Most Likely To Succeed (Cover: Behavior) A fire in the belly doesn't light itself.
- But the purest form of ambition is political ambition, because it represents a desire to rule over other people.
- Harry Reid in Washington Post
Senator Byrd's ambition was legendary,said Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., recalling how shortly after he first took his oath of office on January 3, 1959, the same day Alaska became a state, he told a local newspaper that he...
- Giancarlo Fisichella in UK Express
Fisichella, who made 224 starts in a 13-year career, said: "It is true that it has always been an ambition to do this, and for Vijay to have allowed it to become a reality is very generous."
- Gordon Brown in New York Times
International support depends on the scale of his ambition and the degree of his achievement in five key areas: security, governance, reconciliation, economic development and engagement with Afghanistan's neighbors,Mr. Brown said.