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Accomplished

Antonyms for accomplished:

incompetent, moot, inept, incomplete, incapable, clumsy, jackleg, inexpert, unskilled, questionable, unsettled, unable.

Synonyms for accomplished:

Sense 1

educated, workmanlike, inspirational, born, professional, skilful, sweetly, better, transliterate, professionally, practical, inclined, handily, armed, specialized, acquired, accurate, learned, barnstorming, bionic, manipulative, extraordinaire, finely, nice, streetwise, high-class, street smart.

Sense 2

technical, practiced, technically, tight, discharged, all-around.

Sense 3

mean, out.

Sense 4

polished.

Sense 5

hot, strong.

conducted

Operated.

done

over.

first class

excellent.

purposeful

businesslike.

shaped

formed.

skilled

experienced.

Other synonyms and related words:

professed, Irrefragable, extraordinaire, refined, sure, cultivated, established, realised, effected, unquestionable, trained, professional, armed, acquired, streetwise, virtuoso, technical, polished, round, better, born, great, inarguable, couth, practiced, barnstorming, bionic, street smart, indubitable, formed, Operated, well-bred, all-around, unanswerable, ace, polite, practical, certain, genteel, manipulative, incontestable, over, indisputable, workmanlike, well-mannered, master, unarguable, settled, compleat, civilized, realized, masterly, transliterate, skilful, good, businesslike, conventional, unchallengeable, inspirational, versed, discharged, learned, excellent, undeniable, urbane, crackerjack, veteran, high-class, incontrovertible, positive, nice, experienced, educated, tight, cultured, fine, naturalized, practised, Unhandy, hot, constituted, civil.

all (adjective)

complete.

artistic (adjective)

creative, skillful, gifted, poetic, talented, masterful, beautiful, artistic, expert, graceful, aesthetic, elegant, tasteful, sublime, proficient.

complete (adjective)

exhaustive, comprehensive, intact, solid, thorough, full, whole, undivided, plenary, entire, done, terminated, universal, unified, through, total, integral, all, round, unsevered, collective, complete, uncut, conclusive, final, sum, unabridged, finished.

completed (adjective)

fulfilled.

skilled in activity (adjective)

consummate, practiced, cultivated, polished, adept, able, talented, expert, masterly, proficient, skillful, gifted.

skillful (adjective)

artful, skillful, cunning, apt, facile, handy, proficient, agile, skilled, genius, expert, crafty, clever, adroit, masterful, adept, able, deft, versatile, ambidextrous, dexterous, Sure-footed, capable, efficient, nimble, competent, talented.

successful (adjective)

fruitful, consummate, successful, triumphant, champion, ascendant.

unskillful (adjective)

Unhandy.

well-informed (adjective)

learned.

Sense 1 (noun)

transliterate.

Sense 2 (noun)

practiced, tight, workmanlike, nice, barnstorming.

accomplished (noun)

effected, complete, established, realised, realized, skilled, completed, settled.

polished (noun)

refined.

arrived (verb)

Arrived, attained, Entered, landed, Came, come, Debarked.

complete (verb)

round.

completed (verb)

consummated, Culminated, graduated, integrated, concluded, terminated, Achieved, closed, fulfilled, finalized, filled, executed, ended, completed.

ended (verb)

halted, passed on, Checkmated, Died, expired, exited, passed away, capped, Ceased, winded up, wrapped up, wound up, stopped, deceased.

succeeded (verb)

overcome, Overcame, won, earned, surmounted, dominated, Triumphed, Succeeded, Ascended, Prevailed.

Usage examples for accomplished:

  • " Do you suppose then that I would wish to see all this ruin accomplished? - "Castle Richmond", Anthony Trollope.
  • My accomplished friend, the Rev. - "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)", Isaac Disraeli.
  • " If we were," answered Virginia, " something might be accomplished." - "The Crisis, Complete", Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 6, 2009.

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