completion

[ kuhm-plee-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF completion

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPLETION

This puts the date of the completion of the keep between 1146 and 1171.

One after another the men came to report the completion of their tasks.

This was subsequent to the completion of the temple and of the royal houses.

Mr. Field then directed his efforts to the completion of the trans-oceanic section.

Wheatstone was knighted in 1868, after his completion of the automatic telegraph.

Both will find their completion in this ship, with your permission.

All of these were hastened to completion as soon as war was declared.

Must she, then, ascend without pushing her plan to completion?

On the completion of this stage, the layers of tubes below warmed into life.

Is the acorn better than the oak which is its fulness and completion?

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