Definition of consummate :
profound, damn, concluded, sheer, all over, broking, skillful, rank, cotton-picking, all-out, everlasting, wrap up, crashing, blank, work out, unalloyed, flat-out, last, top, thorough, unflawed, nth, be intimate with someone, beauty parade, capacity, carry out, flat, transliterate, double-dyed, outright, deadly, blooming, unlimited, bring to pass, versed, account, masterly, transact, wind up, regular, capable, over, ended, straight-out, discharge, veteran, dead, effect, stone, bed, simple, crackerjack, staring, ace, sodding, unreserved, skilled, spend the night with someone, do, fulfil, practiced, gross, stark, business plan, good, business, unrelieved, unbounded, indefectible, commit, perform, experienced, fair, masterful, bodacious, adept, perpetrate, damned, bring about, brokerage, uttermost, lie with, plain, virtuoso, thoroughgoing, educated, outside, copulate, downright, out-and-out, sleep together, arrant, carry through, dreadful, utmost, able, clean, big, make love, max, great, compleat, plumb, crack, Midland, start, sleep with, limited, book, jump into bed with someone, terminated, cannibalize, professed, actualize, realize, very, asset, pure, gifted, unadulterated, expert
complete (part of speech: verb)
perfect (part of speech: adjective)
absolute (part of speech: adjective)
succeed (part of speech: verb)
superior (part of speech: adjective)
dominant, headmost, furthermost, maximum, controlling, champion, leading, choice, chief, signal, elite, crowning, best, most, sovereign, superior, eminent, master, A-1, foremost, above, predominant, paramount, quintessential, ruling, furthest, senior, chosen, uppermost, supreme, better, commanding, king, zenith, ascendant
successful (part of speech: adjective)
- He did not know the court doctor by sight, and Balsamides played his part with consummate coolness. - "Paul Patoff", F. Marion Crawford.
- She wants nothing but that to make her consummate. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- Just as Hennogenes, when silent, still Remains a singer of consummate skill, As sly Alfenius, when he had let drop His implements of art and shut up shop, Was still a barber, so the wise is best In every craft, a king's among the rest. - "The Satires, Epistles, and Art of Poetry", Horace a.k.a. Quintus Horatius Flaccus Translated by John Conington, M. A..