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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class I. Words Expressing Abstract Relations
Section III. Quantity
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52. Completeness.
 
  
NOUN:COMPLETENESS &c. adj.; completion [See Completion]; integration; allness [rare], totality, integralness, totalness, integrality [rare], integrity.
  ENTIRETY; perfection [See Perfection]; solidity, solidarity; unity; all; ne plus ultra [L.], ideal, limit; undividedness, intactness, universality.
  COMPLEMENT, supplement, make-weight; filling up &c. v.
  FILL; impletion; saturation, saturity [obs.]; high water; high tide, flood tide, springtide; load, bumper, bellyful; brimmer; sufficiency [See Sufficiency].
  
VERB:BE COMPLETE &c. adj.; come to a head.
  RENDER COMPLETE &c. adj.; complete (accomplish) [See Completion]; fill, charge, load, stevedore, replenish; make up, make good; piece out, eke out; supply deficiencies; fill up, fill in, fill to the brim, fill the measure of; satiate; saturate.
  go the whole hog [colloq.], go the whole length; go all lengths; go the limit [colloq.].
  
ADJECTIVE:COMPLETE, entire; whole [See Whole]; perfect [See Perfection]; full, good, absolute, thorough, plenary; solid, undivided; with all its parts; all-sided.
  EXHAUSTIVE, radical, sweeping, thorough-going; dead.
  REGULAR, consummate, unmitigated, sheer, unqualified, unconditional, free; abundant (sufficient) [See Sufficiency].
  BRIMMING; brimful, topful; chock-full, choke-full; as full as an egg is of meat, as full as a vetch; saturated, crammed; replete (redundant) [See Redundance]; fraught, laden; full-laden, full-fraught, full-charged; heavy laden.
  COMPLETING &c. v.; supplemental, supplementary; ascititious.
  
ADVERB:COMPLETELY &c. adj.; altogether, outright, wholly, totally, in toto [L.], quite; all out; over head and ears; effectually, for good and all, nicely, fully, through thick and thin, head and shoulders, out of sight [slang, U. S.]; neck and heel, neck and crop; in all respects, in every respect; at all points, out and out, to all intents and purposes; toto cœlo [L.]; utterly; clean, clean as a whistle; to the full, to the utmost, to the limit, to the backbone; hollow, stark; heart and soul, root and branch, down to the ground.
  to the top of one’s bent, as far as possible, à outrance [F.].
  THROUGHOUT; from first to last, from beginning to end, from end to end, from one end to the other, from Dan to Beersheba, from head to foot, from top to toe, from top to bottom; de fond en comble [F.]; à fond [F.]; a capite ad calcem [L.]; ab ovo usque ad mala [L.]; fore and aft; every whit, every inch; cap-à-pie [F.], to the end of the chapter; up to the brim, up to the ears, up to the eyes; as … as can be.
  on all accounts; sous tous les rapports [F.]; with a vengeance, with a witness [colloq.].
  
QUOTATIONS:
  1. Falsus in uno falsus in omnibus.
  2. Omnem movere lapidem.
  3. Una scopa nuova spazza bene.

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