consummately[ verb kon-suh-meyt; adjective kuhn-suhm-it, kon-suh-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF consummately
Antonyms for consummately
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSUMMATELY
And yet, unfortunately for him, that woman is consummately plausible.
You are consummately ignorant of the power of our great medicine men.
Though her mien was in general haughty, she flattered Zenobia, and consummately.
His methods were consummately adapted to the genius of the Byzantines.
But what need I instance in those that are consummately good?
But she manages it consummately, and sings German songs as no one but a German could sing them.
The one is crudely artificial, the other consummately artificial.
He had from the first done this well, he now did it consummately.
All the same I'm content—that's to say, the best of me is—royally, consummately content.
Was ever man selected for a great public duty so peculiarly and consummately fitted for it?