consummately


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Related to consummately: rememberable, brought out

con·sum·mate

 (kŏn′sə-māt′)
tr.v. con·sum·mat·ed, con·sum·mat·ing, con·sum·mates
1.
a. To bring to completion or fruition; conclude: consummate a business transaction.
b. To realize or achieve; fulfill: a dream that was finally consummated with the publication of her first book.
2.
a. To complete (a marriage) with the first act of sexual intercourse after the ceremony.
b. To fulfill (a sexual desire or attraction) especially by intercourse.
adj. (kən-sŭm′ĭt, kŏn′sə-mət)
1. Complete or perfect in every respect: consummate happiness. See Synonyms at perfect.
2. Supremely accomplished or skilled: "Sargent was now a consummate master of brushwork" (Roberta Smith).
3. Complete; utter: a consummate bore.

[Middle English consummaten, from Latin cōnsummāre, cōnsummāt- : com-, com- + summa, sum; see sum.]

con·sum′mate·ly (kən-sŭm′ĭt-lē) adv.
con′sum·ma′tive, con·sum′ma·to′ry (-sŭm′ə-tôr′ē) adj.
con′sum·ma′tor n.
Translations

consummately

[kənˈsʌmətli] adv [professional, talented] → extrêmement; [well-made, performed] → parfaitement

consummately

adv
(form: = skilfully) → vollendet; the film is a consummately acted pieceder Film ist schauspielerisch hervorragend umgesetzt
(= supremely)unübertrefflich; he’s consummately manipulativeer ist ein Meister der Manipulation
References in classic literature ?
Not that he ever became consummately literary in the way his two teachers were.
The terrible sea, the frail boat, the storms, the suffering, the strangeness and isolation of the situation,--all that should have frightened a robust woman,--seemed to make no impression upon her who had known life only in its most sheltered and consummately artificial aspects, and who was herself all fire and dew and mist, sublimated spirit, all that was soft and tender and clinging in woman.
Very particularly abstruse and consummately occult.
She looked consummately pretty, and the front of her dress was a wonderful work of art.
It is the effect of anything completely and consummately artificial, in human shape, that the person impresses us as an unreality and as having hardly pith enough to cast a shadow upon the floor.
The reasons for this are a combination of a consummately professional, yet distinctly personal performance, the familiarity of those Squeeze songs - both new and old, and the occasional spontaneous interpretation of a respected song by another artist.
He consummately served out for the match for his 20th win in 26 meetings with Berdych.
nz resembles purchasing a wedding dress-you need it to fit consummately.
The consummately crafted finale, which harnesses light, darkness, sound, dialogue, graphics, gesture and physical timing into a resplendent whole as it virtually transforms the stage into the sanctuary of the aforementioned Victorias chapel, is a feat of stagecraft unlikely to find many peers in this or any other year.
With a roster of carefully crafted characters and a deftly woven plot, "Peregrine Island" is a riveting read from beginning to end and clearly showcases author Diane Saxton as a consummately skilled novelist.
The story Berlinski weaves into this consummately observed landscape is set mostly in remote Jeremie, where Terry White, a former Florida cop with debts to pay, is now part of the U.
Koons reveals the author to be a consummately skilled novelist of the first order.