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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The state of being entire; Having everything that is needed

Usage examples (38)
  • Twelve by twelve implies fixity and completeness, which is taken a thousandfold in 144,000.
  • Then we establish a converse, called completeness, that an argument is valid only if it is derivable.
  • The instinct for completeness, which is one of the dominating characteristics of his mind, compelled him to consent.
  • But this higher completeness, which is beauty, whether it happen to exist or not, is never the immediate aim of Nature. for more
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