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Another word for complete

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Adjective
  1. Lacking nothing essential or normal

    See also:

    part

  2. Including every constituent or individual

    See also:

    part

  3. Not shortened by omissions

    See also:

    part

  4. Not more or less

  5. Having reached completion

    See also:

    part

  6. Covering all aspects with painstaking accuracy

Verb
  1. To bring or come to a natural or proper end

    See also:

    start

  2. To supply what is lacking

Another word for complete

Synonym Study

  • Intact is applied to that which remains whole after passing through an experience that might have impaired it the tornado left the barn intact
  • Whole and entire imply unbroken unity, stressing that not a single part, individual, instance, etc. has been omitted or diminished the whole student body, one's entire attention
  • Total implies an adding together of everything without exception the total number and is, in general applications, equivalent to complete total abstinence
  • Full implies the inclusion of all that is needed a full dozen or all that can be held, achieved, etc. in full bloom
  • Complete implies inclusion of all that is needed for the integrity, perfection, or fulfillment of something a complete set, complete control