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Definition of Complete

  • Filled up; with no part or element lacking; free from deficiency; entire; perfect; consummate.
  • Finished; ended; concluded; completed; as, the edifice is complete.
  • Having all the parts or organs which belong to it or to the typical form; having calyx, corolla, stamens, and pistil.
  • To bring to a state in which there is no deficiency; to perfect; to consummate; to accomplish; to fulfill; to finish; as, to complete a task, or a poem; to complete a course of education.
  • bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements
  • come or bring to a finish or an end
  • write all the required information onto a form
  • complete a pass
  • complete or carry out
  • having every necessary or normal part or component or step

How to use complete in a sentence. Complete pronunciation.

We watched the tinted pictures grow and brighten upon the water till every little detail of forest, precipice and pinnacle was wrought in and finished, and the miracle of the enchanter complete.
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The most complete explanation from her daughter availed nothing; she deemed the event an insoluble mystery, and, in familiar talk with Mrs. Mumford, breathed singular charges against Louise's lover.
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Indeed, the educated Russian is perhaps the most complete Cosmopolitan in the world.
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To complete the scroll of her accomplishments, . . .
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But he soon began to rewrite it, though he made slow and painful progress, having too much of improductive slave either to complete it or to be satisfied with it.
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It is reported that among her papers is a complete manuscript novel by Turgenev, which he gave to her some fifty years ago, on the distinct understanding that it should not be published until ten years after her death.
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Although "Sportsman's Sketches" and the many other short tales that Turgenev wrote at intervals during his whole career are thoroughly worth reading, his great reputation is based on his seven complete novels, which should be read in the order of composition, even though they do not form an ascending climax.
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Stung by the outrageous attacks of the Radicals, and suffering as only a great artist can suffer under what he regards as a complete misrepresentation of his purpose, Turgenev wrote letters of explanation, confession, irony, letters that gained him no affection, that only increased the perplexity of the public, and which are much harder to understand than the work itself.
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There is no heart-hunger on earth so cruel and so terrible as the hunger of father and mother for the complete sympathy and affection of their growing children.
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No complete estimate of Turgenev can be made without reading "Torrents of Spring;" for the Italian menage, the character of Gemma and her young brother, and the absurd duelling punctilio are not to be found elsewhere.
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This is ever the final mystery of Turgenev's art-the power of absolutely complete representation in a few hundred words.
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If one reads "Poor Folk," "Crime and Punishment," "Memoirs of the House of the Dead," "The Idiot," and "The Karamazov Brothers," one will have a complete idea of Dostoevski's genius and of his faults as a writer, and will see clearly his attitude toward life.
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After many nights spent in wakeful weeping, she returned the journal to him, with a full pardon, and assurance of complete affection.
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Strakov called it a complete picture of the Russia of that time, and a complete picture of humanity.
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It foreshadows a complete change in the psychosis of the Russian reader, the decay of the literature of passivity, and the rise of a new literature of action and physical revolt.
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The summum bonum is personal, individual happiness, the complete gratification of desire.
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After a frightful attack of coughing, he says: "I often think that soon I shall be lying in complete darkness.
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Those who believe in Christianity ought to rejoice in this open and fair fight; they ought to welcome it as a complete unmasking of the foe.
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His brother then attempts to complete the narrative from the scattered, confused notes, but to his horror, whenever he approaches the desk, the phantom of the dead man is ever there, busily writing: he can hear the pen squeak on the paper.
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This season of prayer was of short continuance; but not by reason of disrelish for the exercise, but because my prayer was answered and a complete breaking away of the previous hindrances to my spiritual enjoyment.
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Examples of Complete

Example #1
While smoking the pipe of peace after breakfast we watched the sentinel peaks put on the glory of the sun, and followed the conquering light as it swept down among the shadows, and set the captive crags and forests free.
Example #2
That is, Johnny was-but I held his hat.
Example #3
I've no doubt of it.
Example #4
Until that young lady had disappeared from 'Runnymede' for ever, Emmeline would keep matronly watch and ward.
Example #5
This is partly owing to the uncanny facility with which he acquires foreign languages, and to the admirable custom in Russia of giving children in more or less wealthy families, French, German, and English governesses.
Example #6
The Cosmopolitanism of the Russian character is a striking feature.