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RE: Work, your Job, the Company

  • Prosperous, but not in the monetary sense, necessarily

  • A year in which many projects that need to be addressed, are completed with above-average results

  • Significant improvement in Department's reputation in the company

The word should fit into the sentence

Happy New Year! It’s going to be a busy, but _____ one. We’ve got a lot of work to do, but I’m on board 110%

  • Word should fit into the sentence "Happy New Year! It’s going to be a busy, but _____ one. We’ve got a lot of work to do, but I’m on board 110%." – Mike Angelo Jan 4 '16 at 14:33
  • productive and rewarding (give and take). – Drew Jan 5 '16 at 2:47
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Since this is a work-related sentence, you could use the word productive:

achieving or producing a significant amount or result. -- Google defn

Otherwise, I'd probably go with prosperous as it denotes success.

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You could consider using fruitful which means:

Producing good or helpful results; productive:

It is synonymous with productive and it doesn't have much monetary sense in it.

[Oxford Online Dictionary]

Or successful:

having the correct or desired result : ending in success

[Merriam-Webster]

I would choose fruitful between the two.

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I like the word splendid in this context.

Do you feel it fits your requirements?

  1. gorgeous; magnificent; sumptuous. Synonyms: luxurious, dazzling, imposing. Antonyms: squalid.
  2. grand; superb, as beauty. Synonyms: majestic, elegant, first-rate.
  3. distinguished or glorious, as a name, reputation, victory, etc. Synonyms: renowned, famed, famous, illustrious, eminent, conspicuous, celebrated, remarkable, brilliant; noble. Antonyms: ordinary, unremarkable, mediocre; ignoble.
  4. strikingly admirable or fine: splendid talents. Antonyms: modest, poor.
  5. excellent, fine, or very good: to have a splendid time.
  6. brilliant in appearance, color, etc. Antonyms: dull, drab.

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