Consummated [verb]

Definition of Consummated:

achieve, finish

Opposite/Antonyms of Consummated:

Sentence/Example of Consummated:

If Brooklyn doesn’t consummate a blockbuster deal for Harden, a dream scenario that was rumored in recent weeks, it will retain a number of younger pieces — Caris LeVert, Spencer Dinwiddie and Jarrett Allen — to use as trade deadline chips.

While Calendly has not consummated a deal that values it at over that figure, “it is very much a unicorn.”

A Harden deal, if consummated early enough, could trigger a largesse of drama.

While Michaelis’s style is sometimes florid, his uncanny ability to nail down the atmospherics of a particular place and time with consummate grace is engaging.

Cisterra also put down significant cash before consummating deals with the city and Shapery and Manchester on the same day.

That afternoon, the papers having been signed and the deal consummated, Scattergood sat cogitating.

Another messenger arrived 350 with orders for us to halt, for the peace was about to be consummated.

In 1646 he again visited America, and consummated his mystic marriage, as narrated in the eighth chapter.

The act of treachery was consummated and the chief captured.

The plot against the life of the Archduke had consummated in his death.