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Synonyms for realised

successfully completed or brought to an end

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These are the poets, the philosophers, the men of science, the men of culture - in a word, the real men, the men who have realised themselves, and in whom all Humanity gains a partial realisation.
Father Damien was Christlike when he went out to live with the lepers, because in such service he realised fully what was best in him.
I often wonder, however, whether the public understand that that success is entirely due to the fact that he did not accept their standard, but realised his own.
Time must be traversed before the unity of effect is realised.
In many ways he fell short of all the usual standards by which the men of her class were judged, yet she suddenly realised that he possessed a touch of that quality which lifted him at once far over their heads, The man had genius.
And he, on his part, felt a glow of keen pleasure When he realised how the events of the day had gone in his favour.