lau"rels(?), n. pl. An honor or honors conferred for some notable achievement.
to rest on one's laurels
[fig.] to be content with one's past achievements and not strive to continue to excel; as, he didn't
rest on his laurels after receiving the Nobel Prize, but went on to made even more significant discoveries.
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