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Things accomplished often describes (“accomplished ________”)
fact, scholar, musician, man, gentleman, artist, pianist, writer, woman, linguist, poet, lady, author, player, painter, actor, singer, men, orator, master, dancer, violinist, person, actress, wife, courtier, soldier, performer, speaker, teacher, daughter, horseman, lawyer, prince, liar, officer, women, mathematician, statesman, rider, historian, student, critic, cook, friend, photographer, knight, diplomat, cavalier, facts, horsewoman, craftsman, athlete, politician, physician, draughtsman, practitioner, hostess, naturalist, architect, gentlemen, novelist, nobleman, teachers, composer, journalist, organist, mind, seamstress, son, hunter, storyteller, thief, swimmer, reader, engineer, piece, villain, scientist, botanist, leader, swordsman, warrior, art, sculptor, surgeon, reality, pilot, lover, theologian, translator, guitarist, traveller, sailor, practitioners, vocalist

How accomplished often is described (“________ accomplished”)
work, how, casual


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See accomplished used in context: 19 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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