There are no scientific, medical, or technological barriers to its attainment.
In its zeal for the attainment of its end, it is not delicate in the choice of means.
The wisdom of our sages and blood of our heroes have been devoted to their attainment.
The desire not to be is the breaking of the great wheel of birth and re-birth, and the attainment of Nirvana.
For the most part their attainment is hopeless and the results wretched.
In every department of learning, a man, in order to attainment, must make up his mind to it.
Other arts were employed by the despot for the attainment of his desires.
And he was an intelligent young man at that, and a sculptor of attainment, too.
To the attainment of this higher knowledge the second education is directed.
The single object kept in view by the committee was the attainment of the proposed end in the speediest manner possible.
late 14c., "encroachment" (a sense now obsolete), from Old French ataignement (Modern French atteignement), from ataindre; see attain. Meaning "action of attaining" is from 1540s; sense of "that which is attained, personal accomplishment" dates from 1670s.