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complete

(All-embracing), adjective absolute, all, all-comprehensive, all-covering, all inclusive, all-pervading, all-sufficing, blanket, broad-based, capacious, comprehensive, consummate, developed, encyclopedic, exhaustive, expansive, extensive, full, global, of great scope, overall, plenary, sweeping, thorough, thoroughgoing, total, unconditional, undiminished, unimpaired, unqualified, unreduced, unreserved, unrestricted, unsevered, utter, very thorough, with no exception, without omissions
Associated concepts: complete abandonment, complete and adequate remedy at law, complete contract, complete coverrge, complete delivery, complete jurisdiction, complete liqqidation, complete ownership, complete record, complete relief, complete remedy, complete title, completed instrument

complete

(Ended), adjective accomplished, achieved, at an end, brought to a conclusion, carried through, closed, completed, completive, concluded, conclusive, consummated, culminated, decided, definitive, disposed of, done, effected, effectuated, executed, final, finished, over, realized, set at rest, settled, terminated, terminative, through

complete

verb accomplish, achieve, apply a closure, bring to a close, bring to an end, bring to conclusion, bring to maturity, bring to perfection, carry out, carry through, carry to completion, clinch, close, conclude, consummate, determine, discharge, dispatch, dispose of, draw to a close, end, finalize, finish, follow through, fulfill, perfect, polish, realize, seal, succeed, terminate, wind up
Foreign phrases: Extincto subjecto, tollitur adjunctum.When the substance is extinguished, the incident ceases.
See also: abandon, absolute, accomplish, adhere to, adjust, arrant, attain, cap, carry, categorical, cease, close, commit, comply, comprehensive, conclusive, consummate, culminate, definite, definitive, detailed, discharge, discontinue, dispatch, effectuate, execute, exhaust, extreme, fabricate, finish, follow-up, fulfill, full, gross, implement, intact, inviolate, keep, lapse, make, omnibus, outright, peremptory, perfect, perform, perpetrate, plenary, pure, radical, realize, replenish, replete, resolve, ripe, stark, succeed, terminate, thorough, total, unconditional, unlimited, unmitigated, unqualified, whole

complete

see COMPLETION.
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She held that Hamsun had 'the completest omniscience about human nature'.
Now the Paper Mill Playhouse has entered the competition for the "Bestest and Completest Follies Recording.
Mayer's description of indlavini matches quite closely the world of the Nephews: "it claims the completest autonomy, has the most rigidly endogenous structure and 'laws', gives the most prominence to the male core group, demands the most total loyalty, secrecy and discipline, and punishes its members the most severely.
the good citizen in the completest sense is one who does not allow himself to become so engrossed in the process of making a living as to lose sight of those other duties of good citizenship that he owes .
Bartlett, "Daniel Webster: The Orator and Writer" in Daniel Webster: "The Completest Man," ed.
By the summer of 1779, North's lieutenant, William Eden, could boast that the gentlemen serving as militia officers `formed an internal force for Great Britain, which in every respect of appearance, discipline, spirit and effective strength, may challenge the completest military establishment .
In England Rebecca West had said, "Hamsun has the qualities that belong to the very great, the completest omniscience about human nature.
Again, each disc is highly enjoyable, but only a completest or a complete nut would want all of them.
According to Coulton, the fourteenth-century army of Edward III was "trained by the completest system of compulsory service organized by a first-rate European nation until modern times.
Even Seltzer would perhaps concede that James is not referring to a literal act of copulation when, a propos The American, he speaks of "the intensity of the creative effort to get into the skin of the creature; the act of personal possession of one being by another at its completest.