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Synonyms for consummate

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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
He gave me time to steady myself under the blow; and then he placed his vast experience, his matured and consummate knowledge, at my disposal.
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.
Consummate Care held a prize raffle to at its base in Lockhurst Lane, Foleshill, to raise pounds 400 for Coventry Carers Centre.
These factors include, but are not limited to, the following: failure to obtain, delays in obtaining or adverse conditions contained in any required regulatory approvals; failure to consummate or delay in consummating the merger for other reasons; changes in laws or regulations; and changes in general economic conditions.
In an exclusive right to sell or deal arrangement, the broker is entitled to a commission even if the buyer and seller or lessor and lessee consummate a deal between themselves, without the use of any broker.
This typically makes it harder for a prospect or principal to consummate a deal.
This Press Release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including statements regarding Southwest's ability to finance and consummate the transactions contemplated in the Asset Purchase Agreement, Pinnacle's ability to finance and consummate its acquisition of CCRI stock, and the anticipated benefits to Southwest from the acquisition and operation of the casinos.
a California corporation ("Appoint"), is not consummated or otherwise is terminated, SLI will satisfy its obligations to Renaissance under the Renaissance loan agreement and the SLI convertible debenture by delivering to Renaissance $300,000 in principal amount of convertible debentures by Appoint, which, pursuant to the SLI/Appoint merger agreement (the "merger agreement"), will be issued by Appoint to SLI upon failure to consummate the merger or upon its termination and will have terms substantially the same as those of the SLI convertible debenture except that the principal amounts of such convertible debentures of Appoint will be convertible into shares of Appoint common stock at a conversion price of $2 per share.
Tenants should be aware that under certain circumstances the failure to consummate a lease transaction may result in their liability for a brokerage commission that would have been paid by the landlord had the lease been signed.