consummated

[ verb kon-suh-meyt; adjective kuhn-suhm-it, kon-suh-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF consummated

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It was all over, quite over now; the sacrifice was consummated.

Everything was ready for the affair to be consummated at once.

However, when the sale of the Company was consummated, he did an extraordinary thing.

Pierron consented to this, and consummated his abominable passion with this spectre.

The World War was conceived in greed and will be consummated in justice.

Astonishing feats of preparation were consummated as if by legerdemain.

It could not be a very cordial reconciliation which was consummated by such words as these.

The couple are then left together and the marriage is consummated.

The act of treachery was consummated and the chief captured.

Long and anxiously had we watched the man, and now our wishes were consummated.

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