Did you perchance mean completing?
- v. present participle of compleat.
“Thus disappointed I found my daily expences in London bring me fast aground, and I venturd to state my case to my good friend Mr park, that the want of some such assistance would leave me miserably straightened, if not disable me entirely from compleating what I have so happily begun for my Daughters and”
“Onct or twicet, wen I calling hur, I maeks mistaek and hangz up deh fone befour compleating deh nombre.”
“Creating a war, removing all the safety net systems that were in place for the poor and middle class and selling off the countries wilderness and parks to big oil and big business is compleating the distruction of our country … … Blessings”
“Nor let it offend you, if I run into more large discourse, then this day hath bene used by any, for the apter compleating of my Novell: because, if you well observe it, the Sun is as yet in the middest of heaven, and therefore you may the better forbeare me.”
“Things as may be requisite and necessary for accomplishing and compleating the several Ends and Purposes, herein before mentioned, and also for Us and in our Name to sign such Treaty or”
“Powers, and whatever shall be so agreed and concluded for Us and in our Name to sign and thereupon make a Treaty of Commerce, and to transact every Thing that may be necessary for compleating, securing and strengthening the same, in as ample Form and with the same Effect, as if We were personally present and acted therein, 29.”
“Nothing more would therefore be wanting for compleating ships but cordage and iron.”
“I am now compleating my water, and have taken on board full 3 months wine for my compliment, with some fruit and vegetables, and purpose and flatter myself that I shall be able to sail from hence this evening.”
“Thanks to God! we have had time for compleating our works and receiving reenforcements.”
“On Saturday, July the 20th, 1805, while the fleet were employed in compleating provisions and stores -- "I went on shore," writes his lordship, "for the first time, since June 16, 1803; and, from having my foot out of the Victory, two years wanting ten days.”
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