complish

complish

(ˈkɒmplɪʃ)
vb (tr)
archaic to accomplish
References in classic literature ?
He desired to have kings meet him at railway-stations on his return from some ghastly Nowhere, where he intended to ac- complish great things.
Since I took up my post in September 2015, we have embarked on bold re- forms to sharpen the Bank's strategic focus and institutional structure to ensure that it is fit for purpose to ac- complish its mandate.
Despite my desire to alter my conduct (I trusted Rob's good intentions), knowing how to ac complish it was absent.
This can ac complish in some communities for feeding with maternal milk substitutes to be perceived as the norm and MB as the exception.
Second Life would enable me to ac- complish tasks more quickly.
The Big Think is really the extra step that will help students ac complish this goal.
Thus, the Furies faced a paradox: even as they sought to diminish the centrality of personal relationships and emotions in their lives, the work of maintaining their household, studying and writing, making money, guarding against FBI infiltration, and coordinating projects drained the women's energy, intensified their feelings about each other, and ultimately made it difficult to ac complish their larger goals.