complete, compleat (adj.) Old form(s): compleat , Compleate
accomplished, consummate, thorough
2H6 IV.x.53[Cade to and of Iden] By my valour, the most complete champion that ever I heard!
LLL I.ii.44[Armado to Mote, of being a gentleman and a gamester] They are both the varnish of a complete man
TC III.iii.181[Ulysses to Achilles] thou great and complete man
TG II.iv.71[Valentine to Duke, of Proteus] He is complete in feature and mind
Tim III.i.10[Lucullus to Flaminius, of Timon] how does that honourable, complete, free-hearted gentleman of Athens
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