Definition of fulfill:
prosecute, forgather, go through, deliver, gather, outpace, contact, come across, progress, implement, stick to, gratify, execute, occupy, come to, bring a smile to your face/lips, get together, content, make, bring through, fill, process, follow through, conform to, replete, remember, meet, hold to, break through, lift, play, save, pull through, indulge, exercise, do someone's heart good, live up to, enter, action, redeem, take on, sue, make someone's day, fit, brighten (up) someone's day/life, bring off, honor, perform, conduct, hearten, encounter, fulfil, carry through, reach, effect, go about, put through, follow up, accomplish, match, do, run across, satiate, cope with, discharge, receive, follow out, compass, run into, appease, push, pull off, come through, plod along, excite, please, give, get along, act, negotiate, gladden, come, fill up, see, commit, converge, put to death, answer, make full, overtake, assemble, satisfy, advance, take, foregather, keep your word, keep, perpetrate, pursue, forge ahead, sate, touch, uplift, get on with, adjoin, suffer, litigate, run, carry off, carry out, get ahead.
- complete (part of speech: verb)
- succeed (part of speech: verb)
- comply (part of speech: verb)
- "Letters of Madam Guyon", P. L. Upham.
But it was far different when we afterward reasoned together about the purpose which the apparition had come to fulfill- far different when she showed me that its mission might be for good instead of for evil, and that the warning it was sent to give might be to my profit instead of to my loss.- "The Queen of Hearts", Wilkie Collins Last Updated: January 3, 2009.
- "Paul Jones", Hutchins Hapgood.