Win/earn your spurs formal
Being an actor, you should win your spurs by good movies, not scandals.
Mary is focusing on her first novel in order to earn her spurs as a writer.
Starting of the idiom is a verb, so it needs to be conjugated.
Jack has just won his first spurs in his political career with that great speech.
No one knows how she earned her spurs.
In the Middle Ages, a knight was distinctively marked by a pair of gilt spurs, which meant he had attained knighthood by performing an act of bravery.
If you are really thankful, what do you do? You share.
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Said when someone feels happy or surprised as something good has occured
During the course, he was an incompetent student, however, he managed to pass the exam with good results. Wonders will never cease!