Did you perchance mean consummate?
- adj. common misspelling of consummate.
“In his seven seasons with the Eagles and two with the Atlanta Falcons, Reese was known as a consumate team player, mostly as a back-up linebacker and special-teams contributor.”
“To be fair, it's not just confined to the Tories, but as George Osborne also showed this morning on Radio FiveLive, irrespective of the question asked the consumate politician will answer the question they want to answer, not the one that is being asked.”
“I'm not ever suprised to find out my constitutional rights have been sacrificed on the alter of preserving those same rights – it's the consumate arguement of governments everywhere!”
“I would say that these guys may be consumate politicians, but I don't history will show that they did much lasting good for the People of Portland.”
“As always, Bill Bennett – the consumate huckster! al”
“But Sandby also uses his skills as a consumate colourist to show the differing textures of brick, stone, wood and foliage.”
“He is a fantasticly entrancing man and he is becoming a consumate actor.”
“Kushner and Sherman weave their subplots together with consumate skill.”
“But things aren't likely to change much because Rouse is also a consumate "Beltway creature.”
“He will have noted that Amdy Faye, a limited Leeds journeyman, controlled the midfield with consumate ease.”
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