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  • She would complete him. (10)
  • What a complete gentleman. (9)
  • I shall complete it in time. (10)
  • It was so complete a blind to them all! (8)
  • It aids him to complete the revolution. (21)
  • His appearance betokened complete security. (10)
  • I am all for bringing them up in complete innocence. (10)
  • He halted, and looked at her in complete bewilderment. (9)
  • I have been walking all this way in complete suspense. (4)
  • It is in four movements, each a complete tone-picture. (3)
  • Noel thought absurdly Memory had complete hold of her. (8)
  • I shall have to ask you to strengthen me, complete me. (10)
  • A silence had fallen in the room-very queer and complete. (8)
  • Aunty will live with me: she says that you would complete us. (10)
  • They are happy in rough exercise, and also in complete repose. (10)
  • He walked off in more complete self-approbation than he left for her. (4)
  • He guessed on all sides; he struck at walls, as in complete obscurity. (10)
  • And good Mrs. Pettigrew is, pining somewhere to complete her adornment. (10)
  • Down drops the sidewall, ropes are set, and the preparation is complete. (21)
  • It determined him to leave Lyme, and await her complete recovery elsewhere. (4)
  • So, then, in glorious complete victory, the battle of the Bull-dogs ended! (10)
  • I have seldom looked on the east-end of a church with more complete sympathy. (2)
  • If there were condemnation more complete, Soames felt that he did not know it. (8)
  • You desired, too, no doubt, to complete your design of taking this woman away? (8)
  • Mrs. Chump fanned her cheek, in complete ignorance of the offence and defence. (10)
  • Not until the latter had got into the train was the work of Richelieu complete. (2)
  • And Sir Willoughby is a splendid creature, only wanting a wife to complete him. (10)
  • Each had complete experience of the other, and each vowed the step must be taken. (10)
  • There was no crime complete enough to express my disapproval of human institutions. (2)
  • There was nothing for it but complete victory, since it was now a question of prestige. (8)
  • A little while after, Fields came in, and then our number and my pleasure were complete. (9)
  • Complete confidence between solicitor and counsel is the essence of professional honour. (8)
  • I find it better, grander, more complete in its style, though that style may not be the best. (4)
  • Just before sunset my raft was complete and freighted with my outer clothing, boots and pistol. (7)
  • A complete circuit of one tier is made around the wall, and then the next tier is begun on top. (17)
  • The sight of her complete degradation impressed an eye satiated with the glories of this world. (12)
  • No case presents a more complete confusion of the individual and his work than that of an actor. (16)
  • Faults she had once as she learnt to run and tumbled: Faults of feature some see, beauty not complete. (10)
  • To complete the favourable impression, she then told him what Mr. Darcy had voluntarily done for Lydia. (4)
  • He moistened his lips; and complete irresolution for a moment paralysed his legs in their check trousers. (8)
  • A book is never complete without a reader, and the value of the combination is all that can be found out. (16)
  • That was a trifling matter; yet Rhoda felt the letter was not complete in the absence of the bridal name. (10)
  • That was a trifling matter; yet Rhoda felt the letter was not complete in the absence of the bridal name. (22)
  • She is a young woman with a good figure, a pale face, the warm brown eyes and complete poise of a Frenchwoman. (8)
  • One hundred was evidently the number she had to complete, for when she had reached it she threw her arms apart. (10)
  • They were sixteen in number, and as the attack was made at night, they were in a state of almost complete undress. (19)
  • And suddenly he perceived that they had made a complete circuit of the Square garden without speaking a single word. (8)
  • It will be seen that Schumann wrote much in the sonata or symphonic form, yet his command of it was far from complete. (3)
  • He said he had not much time for anything but the papers; but he was going to have a complete library in his new place. (9)
  • Asleep or awake, reading or snoring, fat or thin, hairy or bald, the insulation of their red or pale faces was complete. (8)
  • If you had come yesterday, I should probably not have been able to give you as complete satisfaction as I can do to-day. (12)
  • If only now he could be got to the train in time the victory would be complete, the happiness of the visit without a flaw. (9)
  • So far from having long understood you, I have been in a most complete error with respect to your views, till this moment. (4)
  • Emma read in it, that it would complete her happiness, possibly by fortifying her sense of security; and that seemed right. (10)
  • I believe I owe it to my character to complete the match between my daughter and Sir James after having so long intended it. (4)
  • The architect was conscious that the old man had taken in with one sweep of those sharp little eyes his complete appearance. (13)
  • The aroma of Precedent was strong; Shelton swerved his lance, and once more settled down to complete the purchase of his wife. (8)
  • At the breakfast for three he was able to tell Kathleen that the worthy Father was warm, and on his way to complete restoration. (10)
  • He poured himself a glass of water, drank it, and when he set the glass down, the bookbinder had been washed into complete oblivion. (13)
  • This collection is one of the most complete in the world, and is arranged so as to show the development of instruments of the various types. (3)
  • No one who makes such an insinuation against a fellow-guest in a country house, except on absolute proof, can do so without complete ostracism. (8)
  • In technical language, any such forgiveness or overlooking is called condonation, and it is a complete bar to further action for the time being. (8)
  • Whether commiserating her utter helplessness or her complete isolation, he went farther to relieve her than to many, if not all, the other poor. (6)
  • A small frayed central heap still resisted, and in kindness to the necessity for privacy, he impressed the fire-tongs to complete the execution. (10)
  • So, the parading of Austria, the towering athlete, failed of its complete lesson of intimidation, and only ruffled the surface of insurgent hearts. (10)
  • He was a complete master of the piano, his technic was gigantic, although his vitality of interpretation was so intense that details paled before it. (3)
  • Her attention was automatic, complete, monosyllabic; she did not appear to fatigue herself by an over-sympathetic comprehension, nor was she subservient. (8)
  • Miss Crawford smiled her perfect approbation; and hastened to complete the gift by putting the necklace round her, and making her see how well it looked. (4)
  • No Sunday is complete without it—not because its pages invariably delight, but because, like flies in summer, there is no screen that will altogether exclude them. (16)
  • It was obvious that he possessed a complete knowledge of his own mind, some brutality, much practical intelligence, great resolution, no imagination, and plenty of conceit. (8)

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