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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of consummate.

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  • adjective brought to completion

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Examples

  • The alloted time, during which so stupendous an undertaking is to be consummated, is short.

    Arohanui: Letters from Shoghi Effendi to New Zealand

  • Alford thinks, to the literal Israel being meant; for, in consummated glory, still the Church will be that built on the foundation of the

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • The Duchesse de Langeais (for that was her name) had been married for about four years when the Restoration was finally consummated, which is to say, in 1816.

    The Duchesse De Langeais

  • The Duchesse de Langeais (for that was her name) had been married for about four years when the Restoration was finally consummated, which is to say, in 1816.

    The Thirteen

  • Chrysler has about $11 billion in cash that GM can get their hands on if the deal can be consummated, which is quite attractive for GM, given that they are hemorrhaging the green stuff.

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  • Chrysler has about $11 billion in cash that GM can get their hands on if the deal can be consummated, which is quite attractive for GM, given that they are hemorrhaging the green stuff.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • Chrysler has about $11 billion in cash that GM can get their hands on if the deal can be consummated, which is quite attractive for GM, given that they are hemorrhaging the green stuff.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • But under a decades-old law designed to prevent fraud, U.S. immigration authorities did not recognize the marriage because the Ferschkes were in different places when the wedding occurred and never "consummated" the union by seeing each other in person after they were married.

    With congressional bill just for them, widow and son can apply to live with fallen Marine's family in U.S.

  • But under a decades-old law designed to prevent fraud, U.S. immigration authorities did not recognize the Ferschkes' marriage because they were in different places when the wedding occurred and never "consummated" the union by seeing each other in person after the marriage but before Ferschke Jr. died.

    Webb bill to help Marine widow set to become law

  • But under a decades-old law designed to prevent fraud, U.S. immigration authorities did not recognize the Ferschkes' marriage because they were in different places when the wedding occurred and never "consummated" the union by seeing each other in person after the marriage but before Ferschke Jr. died.

    Bill to help Marine widow Hotaru Ferschke set to become law

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