perfect in quality or kindHe made me look like a complete idiot.
The car was in a total mess.
I mean I'm not a total idiot.
She behaved like a perfect fool.
A sick person needs to have absolute trust in a doctor.
A look of utter confusion swept across his handsome face.
He told me an outright lie.
I was a thorough little academic snob.
He was a consummate liar and exaggerator.
You're an out-and-out liar.
A senior police officer had called him an unmitigated liar.
He was a dyed-in-the-wool conservative.
A complete tenement block was burnt to the ground.
I have now read the whole book.
Full details will be sent to you.
Treatment is more effective if the entire family is involved.
having all the necessary partsScientists have found the oldest complete skeleton of an ape-like man.
No document is entire, and it is often unclear in what order the pieces fit together.
I struck the glass with all my might, but it remained whole.
After the explosion, most of the cargo was left intact.
Against all odds her glasses remained unbroken after the explosion.
Adults rarely give the television their undivided attention.
having all the necessary partsthe complete works of Shakespeare
finishedThe work of restoring the farmhouse is complete.
to make whole or perfectthe stickers needed to complete the collection
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The summit was crowned by the signing of the historical treaty.
Our team's victory capped a perfect day.
to finishHe had just completed his first novel.
He was cheered when he finished his speech.
They concluded their annual summit meeting today.
He is too ill to fulfil his duties.
If we all work together, I think we can accomplish our goal.
I was trying to do some work.
The book ends on a lengthy description of Hawaii.
He closed the meeting with his customary address.
There are many who will work hard to achieve these goals.
people who have performed outstanding acts of bravery
As far as I'm concerned, the matter was settled yesterday.
The kaleidoscopic quality of the book is brilliantly realized on stage.
We are going to execute our campaign plan to the letter.
the quiet competence with which he discharged his many duties
Her next remark abruptly terminated the conversation.
They have not finalized the deal yet.
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in the sense of absolute
total and completeA sick person needs to have absolute trust in a doctor.
in the sense of accomplish
to completeIf we all work together, I think we can accomplish our goal.
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