complete[ kuhm-pleet ]SEE DEFINITION OF complete
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPLETE
For three days and three nights, Paralus remained in complete oblivion.
Rarely has there been exhibited so complete a combination of qualities in statesmanship.
Mrs. Fortescue says, 'that he is a complete master of short-hand writing.'
It is a pity that the comic chorus had disappeared, or the picture were complete.
But it is needless to complete the query; the answer alone is important.
Burke swung himself around in a movement of complete disgust.
He swung about to face the father, and there was a complete change in his manner.
It is his humour which makes Shakespeare the greatest of dramatists, the most complete of men.
Only the arrival of Christine and her fiance saved his philosophy from complete rout.
The villain from whom I hired the outfit said it was complete.