compleat definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or described as a highly developed or wide-ranging ability or proficiency: "The compleat speechwriter ... concerns anonymity from Harvard Legislation” ( Israel Shenker).
    • becoming a superb exemplory instance of a form; quintessential: "right here had been the compleat contemporary misfit: the environment appeared to poison him; their each step looked treacherous and tough won” ( Stephen Schiff).
    • with everything included; whole, total.
    • quintessential.
    • Of or described as a highly created or wide-ranging skill or skills: "The compleat speechwriter ... concerns privacy from Harvard Law” ( Israel Shenker).
    • Being a highly skilled illustration of a kind; quintessential: "right here ended up being the compleat modern-day misfit: ab muscles air appeared to poison him; his every step seemed treacherous and hard won” ( Stephen Schiff).
    • with everything included; whole, total.
    • quintessential.
  • verb:
    • to complete; to produce done; to attain the finish.
    • in order to make entire or whole.
    • to complete; to make done; to reach the end.
    • which will make whole or whole.
  • others:
    • An obsolete spelling of complete.
    • An obsolete spelling of total.

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