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- adv. In a consummate manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a consummate manner; completely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Completely; perfectly.
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Law has not always been understood in consummately instrumental terms -- that is, purely as a means to an end.
Steve surely loved the thought, at least enough to buy the shirts, a consummately proud owner.
Standing well over 6-feet, with shoulder-length hair, and a charming smile, Shubhankar Ray is much like the brand he represents: striking, handsome and consummately cool.
The one is crudely artificial, the other consummately artificial.
Not that he ever became consummately literary in the way his two teachers were.
Tai chi consists of a series of movements strung together like pearls on a string, the intervals between those movements, however brief, are consummately important.
As the award indicates, Bronson today flourishes after surviving a consummately devastating period that seemingly left him bereft of direction after the deaths of his friends and collaborators.
This would also help with the frustration some artists feel when they can't get a decent paycheck but the floors and brass handles of many institutions are consummately attended to.
But it is also, like Lillian Hellman's "The Little Foxes," a consummately effective piece of theater that carries the emotional charge of a really good B movie.
Battle the big chill with the consummately chic and warm equestrian-style boot.