March 24th, 2020

Hawaii Five 0::Steve & Joan

Tuesday word: Consummate

Tuesday, Mar. 24, 2020

Consummate (verb, adjective)
con·sum·mate [v. kon-suh-meyt; adj. kuhn-suhm-it, kon-suh-mit]


verb (used with object)
1. to bring to a state of perfection; fulfill.
2. to complete (an arrangement, agreement, or the like) by a pledge or the signing of a contract: The company consummated its deal to buy a smaller firm.
3. to complete (the union of a marriage) by the first marital sexual intercourse.

adjective
4. complete or perfect; supremely skilled; superb: a consummate master of the violin.
5. being of the highest or most extreme degree: a work of consummate skill; an act of consummate savagery.

OTHER WORDS FROM CONSUMMATE
con·sum·mate·ly, adverb
con·sum·ma·tive, con·sum·ma·to·ry [kuhn-suhm-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee], adjective
con·sum·ma·tor, noun
half-con·sum·mat·ed, adjective
un·con·sum·mate, adjective
un·con·sum·mate·ly, adverb
un·con·sum·mat·ed, adjective
un·con·sum·ma·tive, adjective

WORDS RELATED TO CONSUMMATE
superlative, gifted, polished, talented, skilled, superb, accomplished, terminate, perfect, practiced, complete, finished, trained, utter, total, perfected, accomplish, end, effectuate, conclude

Synonyms
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1. complete, perfect, finish, accomplish, achieve.

Antonyms
4. imperfect, unfinished.

Origin: 1400–50; late Middle English (adj.) < Latin consummatus (past participle of consummare to complete, bring to perfection), equivalent to con- con- + summ ( a ) sum + -atus -ate

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