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Synonyms for consummate

having or revealing supreme mastery or skill

perfect and complete in every respect


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Critique: With a unique combining of fantasy and gambling and the highroller world of casinos, "Monday's Edition" by Paul Lawrence is a terrifically entertaining page turner of a read from beginning to end from a consummately skilled author with a genuine knack for original storytelling.
That Selfie Girl" is a deftly crafted and consummately entertaining read from beginning to end and very highly recommended for highschool and community library YA Fiction collections.
The combination of the sequined jacket and oversized leather pants is semi-androgynous, edgy and consummately chic.
Art critics remember him as a gifted and consummately skilled naturalistic portrait painter and known worldwide for his abstract work, which was inspired by Islamic calligraphy and was also influenced by the action painting movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
Eric Roberts delivers a consummately comic performance as Doctor Bartolo, stealing scenes even when asleep; Katie Bray's Rosina sparks with all the entrancing self-indulgence of the girlish heiress; and Alastair Miles plays the devious manipulator Don Basilio as a grand grotesque carrying a menacing air about him.
But in June counter-terrorism officers did a protracted search of the family home and discovered "a plethora of electronic devices", including those belonging to the father, containing Islamic State material which showed the parents had carried out "a consummately successful deception" of the authorities.
Being the consummately reasonable man I am, I informed John this morning that I would submit this question to Car Talk and live by the verdict: Am I being neurotic, or is John being a jerk?
A lovely man who gave us great songs' AMONG those paying tribute was Radio 5 Live DJ presenter Nicky Campbell, who said: "Pointing at the camera with his single leather glove, he did the attitude consummately.
Both moving and terrifying, this is a consummately well-executed thriller that readers will race through.
Intense and consummately professional, Du Zieu's reworking of "Othello" interrogates how members of racially distinct immigrant communities are perceived by their hosts, demonstrating yet again that -- notwithstanding the period they were composed -- Shakespeare's works remain relevant today.
The Netherlands forward cut in from the right and pulled the ball back for Toni Kroos, who finished consummately.
As Wills suggests, Thomas, a consummately professional soldier whom West Point classmates respectfully nicknamed "Washington," chose to remain true to his oath to the nation and the Constitution against the forces of disunion.
Though on one level consummately successful in the literary world (a tenured teaching position at University of Virginia, Poet Laureate of that state, friend and mentor to writers such as James Dickey, R.
It's not hard when you live in the consummately secular New York City to realize it's an article of faith that opposing more gun control is sinful.
Towering dominantly above Lake Zurich, The Dolder Grand consummately combines traditional and modern design in understated classic elegance.