complete, compleat (adj.) Old form(s): compleat , compleate
fully equipped, with everything present
H8 III.ii.49[Suffolk to all, of Anne] She is a gallant creature, and complete / In mind and feature
Ham I.iv.52[Hamlet to Ghost] dead corse, again in complete steel
KJ II.i.433[Hubert to King John and King Philip, of Blanche] Such as she is, in beauty, virtue, birth, / Is the young Dauphin every way complete
MM I.iii.3[Duke to Friar Thomas] Believe not that the dribbling dart of love / Can pierce a complete bosom
TC III.iii.181[Ulysses to Achilles] marvel not, thou great and complete man
Tim IV.iii.245[Apemantus to Timon] Willing misery / Outlives incertain pomp ... / The one is filling still, never complete, / The other at high wish
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