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Synonyms for consummate

Synonyms for consummate

Synonyms for consummate

having or revealing supreme mastery or skill

perfect and complete in every respect


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The whole of that family are the most solemnly conceited and consummate blockheads
And this consummate actor had somehow so managed me that the sympathy due to his dramatis persone was given to himself.
To say the truth, I a little question whether mere man ever arrived at this consummate degree of excellence, as well as whether there hath ever existed a monster bad enough to verify that
It was easy to see that the scene had strongly impressed Rouletabille in favour of Monsieur Robert Darzac; while, to Larsan, it showed nothing but consummate hypocrisy, acted with finished art by Mademoiselle Stangerson's fiance.
Then here's a compact," he went on, consummate actor.
Now Crawley, from being only a brilliant amateur, had grown to be a consummate master of billiards.
His own impression on such occasions was that he was behaving with consummate tact.
Although the Company continues to believe that it is not a public shell and that the consummation of any of the transactions contemplated by its strategic growth strategy should result in the Company continuing to operate a sustainable and ongoing business, there can be no assurance given that the Company's efforts to implement its strategic growth strategy will result in the acquisition of entities or businesses on terms as favorable as the Company anticipates, that any acquisition the Company consummates would result in growth in operating income or profits or that the Panel will agree that any acquisition the Company consummates on or before August 31, 2005 will result in the Company having a sustainable operating business.
3(b) of the merger agreement requiring the payment of a $20 million termination fee to Silver if Gold Banc consummates, or enters into an agreement or binding letter of intent providing for consummation of, an acquisition proposal (as defined in the merger agreement) within twelve months after the termination of the merger agreement.
1(j)(A) of the merger agreement provides that Gold Banc may terminate the merger agreement if it reasonably determines that the timely satisfaction of any of the conditions to its obligations to consummate the merger has become impossible, other than as a result of any failure on the part of Gold Banc to comply with or perform any covenant or obligation set forth in the merger agreement.
Receipt of stockholder approval of the merger is one of the conditions to Gold Banc's obligation to consummate the merger.
Flooring America has amended the Offer and Solicitation to limit its offer to purchase Notes to up to $25 million aggregate principal amount of Notes (the "Initial Purchase Amount"), rather than up to $40 million aggregate principal amount of Notes, and to provide for the Company to consummate additional offers to purchase up to $15,000,000 aggregate principal amount of Notes (such aggregate principal amount of Notes, as reduced by the aggregate principal amount of Notes as to which the Company consummates such offers to purchase, the "Deferred Purchase Amount"), by March 31, 2001 (with offers to purchase not less than $10 million of said principal amount of Notes required to be consummated by December 31, 2000).