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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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ASUR has not yet received regulatory approval to consummate its acquisition of Aeropuertos de Oriente S.A.S.
According to the merger contract, in the event that Tyhee fails to consummate a qualified financing of at least USD20m on or before March 15, 2014, Santa Fe may elect to cancel the merger Agreement.
Anthony Leonard, manager of Consummate Care, said: "Dignity Action Day has really grown over the last few years.
"He's been the consummate pro as usual," said defence coach Kiss.
Written by Stetson University College of Law Professor Emeritus Michael Swygert, the book details how Smith, now in his 60th year in the legal profession, continues to be a "consummate lawyer," embodying the legal profession's highest virtues and traditions of service.
He was a consummate professional and a great colleague."
The dancers are always a delight, and this, alas, marks the last Joyce season for the fabulous Renee Jaworski, a mesmerizing mover and consummate performer (at right, bottom).
A beautifully crafted novel that documents Bailey and Slay as a quite consummate and original storytelling team, Sleeping Policemen is very highly recommended for all science fiction buffs and mystery fans searching for a genuine page-turner of a read!
If for some reason they are unable to perform the marriage act, they are unable to consummate their marriage.
Pendergast has more in common with the Count of Monte Cristo than with any modern-day detective: a multi-millionaire and multifaceted and multilingual scholar with an IQ well beyond genius, he is also the consummate master of disguises and technology.
The idea that partners who don't have penetrative sex do not have a sexual relationship--because, in Derfner's words, they do not "consummate their love fully"--is, I believe, narrow-minded and wrong.
"Jennings was not only a consummate journalist but also a gentleman."
CBBI alleges that the management of Central Pacific is inexperienced in transactions involving bank acquisitions and lacks the managerial skill to consummate the transaction.
The movie's director, the consummate artist Cagliostro, tells his actors that the original play's story is true yet ended in death and tragedy.
However, subsequent events may determine whether a taxpayer actually intended to consummate (or has actually consummated) the plans for which it accumulated the E&P.