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CONSUMMATE, v.t. L. See Sum. To end; to finish by completing what was intended; to perfect; to bring or carry to the utmost point or degree.
He had a mind to consummate the happiness of the day.
CONSUMMATE, a. Complete; perfect; carried to the utmost extent or degree; as consummate greatness or felicity.
CONSUMMATED, pp. Completed; perfected; ended.
CONSUMMATELY, adv. Completely; perfectly.
CONSUMMATING, ppr. Completing; accomplishing; perfecting.
CONSUMMATION, n. L.
1. Completion; end; perfection of a word, process or scheme.
2. The end or completion of the present system of things; the end of the world.
3. Death; the end of life.
Consummation of marriage, the most intimate union of the sexes, which completes the connubial relation.
"Seek ye out of the book of the Lord, and read" —Isaiah 34:16, KJV
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