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Complete

Antonyms for complete:

mitigated, commence, incomplete, begin, imperfect, defective, partial, conditional, unfinished, deficient, continue.

Synonyms for complete:

Sense 1

serve, spectrum, unrelieved, overarching, included, possible, general, the full monty, completely, especially, globalized, fairly, perfectly, exhausted, Thoroughpaced, put down for, aggregate, across the board, wide, broadly, Everything, Anything, sorted, crashing, hopeless, postdate, terrible, altogether, within, incredible, imaginable, livelong, wide-ranging, literally, anymore, overall, caption, detailed, predate, big time, square away, the sum total, mark up, annotate, end with, whole-hog, uncensored, resounding, unexpurgated, Including, unutterable, see through, catch-all, date, enshrine, real, entirety.

Sense 2

much, outright, across, lot, enter, substantiate, backdate, plow through, blanket, blinding, particular, finish with, accompany, personify.

Sense 3

unlimited, flat out, intensive, completion, settle, operate, let out, mop up, unbounded, satisfy, head.

Sense 4

on, pack up, blooming, knock off, turn around, behind.

Sense 5

execution, damned, address.

Sense 6

get over, high, come to, complement.

Sense 7

turn out, tie up, past, unreserved.

Sense 8

get through, dead.

Sense 9

up.

Sense 10

flat.

Sense 11

plain, down.

Sense 12

out.

Sense 17

good.

carry out

DO.

finish

top off, distance.

fulfill

go through with.

full-dress

full dress.

greatest

utmost.

insert

fill out.

made

manufactured.

ripened

matured.

satisfy

come to.

sincere

wholehearted.

thorough

conscientious.

train

whip into shape.

unabridged

unabbreviated.

Other synonyms and related words:

downright, thoroughgoing, all-out, sound, straight-out, outright, out-and-out.

across-the-board (adjective)

all-embracing, across the board, global, wide.

all (adjective)

consummate.

all-encompassing (adjective)

thorough.

complete (adjective)

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

entire (adjective)

all, conclusive, sum, tally, all-embracing, total, all-inclusive, comprehensive, sweeping, global, entire, whole, full, full-fledged, full-scale, holistic, gross, exhaustive, full-grown, mass.

finished (adjective)

effected, consummate, concluded, accomplished, through, done, all-inclusive, sweeping, down, all over, terminated, full-fledged, ended, perfect, all-embracing, realized.

inclusive (adjective)

comprehensive.

indiscriminate (adjective)

wholesale.

last (adjective)

final, concluding, finishing, closing, Culminating, Capping, last, terminal, exiting, Terminating, ending.

perfect (adjective)

unalloyed, faultless, impeccable, acme, Taintless, ultimate, letter-perfect, perfect, consummate, unspoiled, flawless.

positive (adjective)

positive.

total, not lacking (adjective)

replete, unabridged, all, entire, organic, whole, undivided, outright, full, uncut, integrated, plenary, whole-hog, unabbreviated, intact, unexpurgated, gross, integral, thorough, exhaustive, thoroughgoing, faultless.

united (adjective)

same, entire, uniform, congruent, atomic, unified, fundamental, integrated, irreducible, monolithic, integral, cohesive, pure, solid, united, intact, indivisible, undivided, coherent, elemental, coincident, homogeneous, congruous, single, holistic, simple.

wide-ranging (adjective)

sweeping.

Sense 1 (noun)

literally, replete, especially, perfectly, particular, completely.

Sense 3 (noun)

annotate, enter, address, date, enshrine, caption, backdate.

Sense 4 (noun)

past, unabbreviated, exhausted, unexpurgated, uncensored, anymore.

Sense 7 (noun)

Thoroughpaced, full dress, all-out, intensive.

carry out action (verb)

get through, discharge, finish, actualize, perform, fill, conclude, cap, wind up, round out, achieve, accomplish, terminate, close, wrap up, go through with, execute, end, fulfill, ultimate, finalize, settle, realize, DO, halt.

change (verb)

finish.

competition (verb)

nail.

complete (verb)

fill, culminate, conclude, accomplish, unify, end, close, integrate, execute, achieve, terminate, finish, finalize, fulfill, arrive, graduate.

perfect (verb)

perfect, consummate.

succeed (verb)

put acrossorover.

unified (verb)

one.

unify (verb)

embody, simplify, coincide, purify, homogenize, cohere.

Usage examples for complete:

  • But a complete expose could not have been long delayed. - "The Crime of the French Café and Other Stories", Nicholas Carter.

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