Complete in a sentence

Definition of Complete

With all parts included; with nothing missing; full. | Finished; ended; concluded; completed. | Generic intensifier.

Short Example Sentence for Complete

  • 1. Then all was darkness again more complete than ever.
  • 2. There was complete delusion in the scene.
  • 3. Helen smiled with complete self-possession.
  • 4. The scheme will be complete by the end of the year.
  • 5. A complete edition of his works is now in the press.
  • 6. A complete list follows the text.
  • 7. Wolfert rose the next morning in complete bewilderment.
  • 8. For such a hot bath is the only form of complete ablution.
  • 9. I must confess it looks a little like a complete cut.
  • 10. The complete Number of Cardinals is Seventy.
  • 11. Her surprise was so complete that he must have been gratified.
  • 12. The victory was real, but not so complete as it should have been.
  • 13. Hindman's movement had been a complete success.
  • 14. The very suddenness of the hold-up made it a complete success.
  • 15. It is produced by one complete vibration of the sound-producing thing.
  • 16. Hubert looked round the room, and a moment sufficed to complete the survey.
  • 17. My healing, though complete in the end, was not instantaneous.
  • 18. These Stories are now reprinted in complete form for the first time.
  • 19. On trial, however, it proved to be a miserable failure, a complete mockery.
  • 20. The Building is almost a complete Quadrangle, with Pavilions at each Angle.
  • 21. He is so superior," she answered, with a gesture of complete indifference.

How to use Complete in a Sentence?

  • 1. He has now but to fly to complete his triumph and the pride of our house in him.
  • 2. The idea of my individuality being lost had been to me the same thing as complete annihilation.
  • 3. A sound wave is one complete condensation and rarefaction of the transmitting medium.
  • 4. Afterwards she laid her hand upon his arm and addressed him with an air of complete candour.
  • 5. After a lively engagement of two hours and a half, the allies had complete possession of the town.
  • 6. The Hohenzollern soldier-family picture was to be complete at this immortal hour.
  • 7. A complete silence was preserved, and all minds gradually sank into a quiet, passive expectancy.
  • 8. I am a busy man, and I confess that their engagement was a complete surprise to me.
  • 9. The professor confessed in a jocular tone his impatience to complete the circuit of the globe and be done with it.
  • 10. This point has been already indirectly considered, but it is worthy of a more direct and complete examination.
  • 11. Speaking generally modern machines represent as a rule detail improvements rather than the complete changes of the past.
  • 12. This method perhaps struck me as the more complete because it left her the leisure for a frantic attempt to anticipate our every wish.
  • 13. As they make complete sense when the comma is reached, the second clause has the appearance of an afterthought.
  • 14. Had I hunted all London over, I could not have found a more complete contrast to Mrs. Maxfielde.
  • 15. Assume one complete cycle of current to pass through the line and also through another such device as in Fig.
  • 16. Reversals of magnetism produce current in alternately reversing half-cycles, one complete rotation of the magnet producing one such cycle.
  • 17. Again, in every process of reflection we seem to require a standing ground, and in the attempt to obtain a complete analysis we lose all fixedness.
  • 18. And the whole of one night, in a room hardly eight feet long, sitting on his bed, he strove to complete the fourth and fifth acts.
  • 19. I think that that stock will still be complete and unimpaired when I finish these memoirs, if I ever finish them.