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complete

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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This is the grossest and wildest delusion, the completest and most signal mistake, that ever human being laboured under, or committed.
He won fame also in non-dramatic poetry, especially by vigorous but rather clumsy verse translations of the 'Iliad' and 'Odyssey,' Another highly individual figure is that of Thomas Dekker, who seems to have been one of the completest embodiments of irrepressible Elizabethan cheerfulness, though this was joined in him with an irresponsibility which kept him commonly floundering in debt or confined in debtor's prison.
It was the completest and most desirable bedroom ever seen - in the stern of the vessel; with a little window, where the rudder used to go through; a little looking-glass, just the right height for me, nailed against the wall, and framed with oyster-shells; a little bed, which there was just room enough to get into; and a nosegay of seaweed in a blue mug on the table.
I was again astonished, for he addressed himself to the question with the impartiality of the completest sanity.
I have no doubt she had a pass from the French Government giving her the completest freedom of action.
Instead of appealing to Mercy's sympathies and Mercy's sense of right--instead of accepting the expression of her sincere contrition, and encouraging her to make the completest and the speediest atonement--Grace had evidently outraged and insulted her.
She envisions her marital alliance as ushering in "the completest knowledge" along "the grandest path" that would lead her to "learn everything" (28).
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27) It was, however, in the masque, as Allarydce Nicoll states, that 'the fashion for the courtly impresa and for the emblem-book reached its completest expression'.
It is the completest achievement, the proudest thing civilisation has to show us.