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Words and phrases whose definition contains complete:   (269 results)

., ablepharia, absolute, absolutism, absorption, acatalectic, achylia, achylia gastrica, additional, all, altogether, alzheimer's, alzheimer's disease, alzheimers, ampere-turn, anabaptism, annihilating, annihilative, antique, arabidopsis thaliana, armored, attention, balagan, bankruptcy, biennial, bleach, body and soul, bust, canon, cap off, cardiac cycle, carte blanche, catalog, catalogue, checkmate, chokehold, clause, clevis, close, closed circuit, closed couplet, closure, cold turkey, complement, completely, completeness, concentration, conjugation, consentaneous, consentient, consummate, convert, crack, craig ventner, cycle, day, deada, deadlocked, deafness, dedication, demolishing, denial, dependent, dependent clause, devastating, developed, differential blood count, disaccharide, disarmament, discharge, disorder, dispatch, down, downright, dry, dry up, eden, encircled, endpoint, end point, engrossment, entire, entirely, eradication, exact, excogitation, exhaustive, extermination, extinction, failure, faith, fill out, flame-out, flop, flying colors, flying colours, full, full-dress, full-length, full gainer, gainer, gamut, germ, gild the lily, good, great year, gyration, half gainer, haploid, hearing loss, heart and soul, heaven, heavy, hilbert space, holometabola, holometabolic, holometabolism, holometabolous, holometaboly, hone, hypercatalectic, identically, immateriality, immersion, immobilization, imperforate anus, incomplete, independent, independent clause, international system, international system of units, in accord, in unison, j. craig ventner, law of closure, layette, leveling, loop, loop-the-loop, lump sum, maina, main clause, makeover, maximal, maximum, mean solar day, metabola, metamorphosis, mil, monochromacy, monochromasy, monochromatic vision, monochromatism, monochromia, mouse-ear cress, mummify, nail, naught, new, nihilism, nirvana, noa, obliteration, oligosaccharide, orbit period, oscillation, out-and-outa, pack, paint the lily, panoplied, panoply, paradise, parallel circuit, paraplegic, pass, perfect, period, permutation, platonic year, plosive, poltroon, precipitate, prix fixe, probity, processing time, profound, promised land, published, radiolucent, ranka, razing, realise, realize, relative, respiration, revolution, right-down, rotation, round out, screwup, self-contained, separateness, service, settle, shangri-la, sheera, shunt circuit, si, sidereal day, sidereal year, si system, skillfully, snafu, solar day, sound, soundly, span, stalemated, stark, stranglehold, stroke, subordinate, subordinate clause, supplemental, supplementary, systeme international, systeme international d'unites, table d'hote, table service, tearing down, teetotal, termination, terminus, tetrasaccharide, thorough, thoroughgoing, thoroughly, throttlehold, titration, total, totalism, totalitarianism, totality, totally, transitive, triploid, trisaccharide, trust, turn the tables, turn the tide, twenty-four hours, type family, u-turn, umbra, unabridged dictionary, unanimous, uncomplete, uncut, undress, ventner, virion, wakeless, whole, wholly, withering, write out, write up, year, young


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