- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of compleat.
“I have been composing a 'Ditty for a Highland Drover returning from England,' but have not patience to copy it now, it compleats the coming Vollm, but the winter Song shall stand last.”
“We should read “bounty”, which compleats the sense, and is this; Thou hast neither the pleasure of enjoying riches thy self, for thou wantest vigour: nor of seeing it enjoyed by others, for thou wantest “bounty”.”
“This day my dear Friend compleats 8 months since the date of your last Letter”
“Contempt, which compleats the Passage and makes the Blood of [every?]”
“Next Month compleats Three Years, that I have been devoted to the Servitude of Liberty.”
“This Day compleats three Years since I stepped into the Coach, at Mr. Cushings Door, in”
“This day compleats Seven Months, since I left all that I delight in.”
“This day dearest of Friends compleats 13 years since we were solemly united in wedlock; 3 years of the time we have been cruelly seperated.”
“Universal Beauty, Part 6th, which compleats the Whole, _J.”
“It is contrary to all laws of nature and nations to entice, inveigle and compel such multitudes of human creatures, who never injured us, from their native land, and dispose of them like flocks of sheep and cattle to the highest bidder; and, what compleats the cruelty and injustice of the traffic, to consign them over to ignorance, barbarism, and perpetual slavery.”
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