Pronunciation of Consummate
/kˈɒnsəmˌe͡ɪt/, /kˈɒnsəmˌeɪt/, /k_ˈɒ_n_s_ə_m_ˌeɪ_t/
Synonyms for consummate:
put out, plain.
indubitable, sure, positive, perfect, complete, unconditional, definite, undeniable, conclusive, utter, unequivocal, certain, unmitigated, absolute, categorical, supreme, entire, unqualified, unrestricted.
eminent, ascendant, senior, Headmost, controlling, king, crowning, commanding, chief, champion, signal, furthest, above, leading, better, uppermost, superior, master, supreme, choice, foremost, paramount, quintessential, A 1, elite, zenith, ruling, chosen, predominant, furthermost, maximum, most, sovereign, dominant, best, masterly.
ultimate, best (adjective)
ideal, skilled, unmitigated, positive, accomplished, unqualified, perfect, out-and-out, faultless, utter, practiced, impeccable, flawless, perfected, ripe, absolute, complete, peerless, supreme, whole, total, thoroughgoing, finished, downright.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
sleep together, sheer, dead, lie with, thorough, damned, unlimited, blooming, outright, plain, total, flat, downright, all-out, unreserved, crashing, sleep with, bed, unbounded, unrelieved, out-and-out, flat out.
achieve, finish (verb)
Usage examples for consummate:
- Loud and long was the applause that succeeded his words, and when at last it had died down, the Lord Giovanni proved equal to the occasion, like the consummate actor that he was. - "The Shame of Motley", Raphael Sabatini.
- Not a hypocrite, the most consummate, he would say, but has his hypocrisy written in every line of his countenance and motion of his fingers. - "The Marquis of Lossie", George MacDonald.
- The dashing young frigate captain, the man who in middle age was nothing loth to give chase single- handed in his seventy- four to a whole fleet, the man of enterprise and consummate judgment, the old Admiral of the Fleet, the good and trusted servant of his country under two kings and a queen, had felt correctly Nelson's influence, and expressed himself with precision out of the fulness of his seaman's heart. - "The Mirror of the Sea", Joseph Conrad.