Does it sound natural to say: “I failed as a failure”?

Can a person who is a failure and who failed to get this point across, which means he couldn’t prove others that he is a failure, say:

“I failed as a failure”?

Answer

It’s redundant by itself, and doesn’t make much sense. You’re just saying he’s a failure.

You need to add something in your situation. Something like:

I failed to convince you I’m a failure.

It’s the “get this point across” part that’s missing in your example.

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