Verb(1) fulfill sexually(2) make perfect; bring to perfection
Adjective(1) having or revealing supreme mastery or skill(2) perfect and complete in every respect; having all necessary qualities(3) without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative
(1) How can he recover as the consummate talent he is?(2) When Rocky received this somewhat exaggerated and highly unfavorable profile of them he assigned three of his heaviest hitters to consummate the transaction.(3) Nelson took the customer's credit-card number to consummate the transaction.(4) The lovers repeatedly attempt to consummate their relationship.(5) The first time she refused to consummate the marriage because she wanted to finish the play she was acting in.(6) A better PM, with the persuasive skills which a consummate politician should have could have at his command, evolved a consensus.(7) When after eight years, Gustav finally managed to consummate his marriage and make his wife pregnant, his mother announced that someone else must have been the father.(8) The Web began to be used to promote and consummate business and consumer transactions.(9) He used his talents for the smoke-filled room to head a minority government with consummate political skill.(10) He took great and justifiable pride in his trucking skills and was recognized as the consummate professional by his peers.(11) Forster, who has always written fiction with the consummate skills of a social historian, says that diaries often explode the concept of ├ö├ç├┐ordinariness├ö├ç├û.(12) Eddie, who graced many hurling fields with his consummate skills in the 1960s and 70s, is truly one of the hurling ├ö├ç├┐greats├ö├ç├û and a fine gentleman too.(13) This all-popular group comprises three gifted artistes, Rene, Julot and Lolo, who are not only consummate performers but also perfectionists as acrobats.(14) At any rate, Ekeus cannot have it both ways: Kamel cannot be both ├ö├ç├┐a consummate liar├ö├ç├û and a prime witness at the same time.(15) All played the instrument with the most consummate skill.(16) Ditzy PA's, lads, louts, and starlets, John Ullyatt and John Kirkpatrick portrayed them all with aplomb, heart, and consummate skill.
1. supreme ::
2. unadulterated ::
3. virtuoso ::
4. complete ::
5. complete ::
1. amateur ::
2. inexpert ::
3. unprofessional ::
4. unseasoned ::
5. unskilled ::
Different Formsconsummate, consummated, consummately, consummates, consummating
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