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1. (of a logical system) constituted such that a contradiction arises on the addition of any proposition that cannot be deduced from the axioms of the system
2. (of flowers) having sepals, petals, stamens, and carpels

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On a signal given by a cannon-shot each furnace was to give vent to the molten iron and completely to empty itself.
A single shot was sufficient for the purpose, and the animal, once maimed, was left to be completely dispatched at the end of the chase.
If one forgives, it must be completely, completely.
But her new and unexpected line of conduct completely bewildered him.
Not more completely," she declared gaily, "than the gloomy gentleman who frowned upon my existence and resented even my gratitude.
A very cold BZZZZZZZZEEE accompanied the storm, and made our position far from pleasant; and presently came a flash of BLITZEN, apparently in the middle of our little party, with an instantaneous clap of YOKKY, sounding like a large gun fired close to our ears; the effect was startling; but in a few seconds our attention was fixed by the roaring echoes of the thunder against the tremendous mountains which completely surrounded us.
The bullet striking the wooden casing of the window exploded, blowing a hole completely through the wood and masonry.
Besides this, their great height completely shut us out from the view of surrounding objects, and we were not certain but that we might have been going all the time in a wrong direction.
shouted the immense audience, completely electrified by these inspiring words.
A bomb passed through the roof of his house in Sackville Street, completely shattering the apartment in which he was sitting.
All at once he perceived furrows and little mounds of earth on the beds which only the evening before had been as smooth as a mirror, all at once he perceived the symmetrical rows of his tulips to be completely disordered, like the pikes of a battalion in the midst of which a shell has fallen.
In his struggles to rise, before I have completely extricated myself from him, the pony kicks me; and, as my ill-luck will have it, his hoof strikes just where the poisoned spear struck me in the past days of my service in India.

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