"an accomplished pianist"; "a complete musician"
ended, established, perfect(a), sodding(a), realized, thoroughgoing(a), double-dyed(a), consummate, complete(a), effected, utter(a), gross(a), realised, staring(a), arrant(a), all over, stark(a), completed, concluded, consummate(a), complete, everlasting(a), unadulterated, pure(a), over(p), terminated
accomplished, completed, realized, realised(adj)
successfully completed or brought to an end
"his mission accomplished he took a vacation"; "the completed project"; "the joy of a realized ambition overcame him"
accomplished, effected, established(adj)
settled securely and unconditionally
"that smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A civil person observes such propriety of speech and manner as to avoid being rude; one who is polite (literally polished) observes more than the necessary proprieties, conforming to all that is graceful, becoming, and thoughtful in the intercourse of refined society. A man may be civil with no consideration for others, simply because self-respect forbids him to be rude; but one who is polite has at least some care for the opinions of others, and if polite in the highest and truest sense, which is coming to be the prevailing one, he cares for the comfort and happiness of others in the smallest matters. Civil is a colder and more distant word than polite; courteous is fuller and richer, dealing often with greater matters, and is used only in the good sense. Courtly suggests that which befits a royal court, and is used of external grace and stateliness without reference to the prompting feeling; as, the courtly manners of the ambassador. Genteel refers to an external elegance, which may be showy and superficial, and the word is thus inferior to polite or courteous. Urbane refers to a politeness that is genial and successful in giving others a sense of ease and cheer. Polished refers to external elegancies of speech and manner without reference to spirit or purpose; as, a polished gentleman or a polished scoundrel; cultured refers to a real and high development of mind and soul, of which the external manifestation is the smallest part. Complaisant denotes a disposition to please or favor beyond what politeness would necessarily require.
awkward, bluff, blunt, boorish, brusk, clownish, coarse, discourteous, ill-behaved, ill-bred, ill-mannered, impertinent, impolite, impudent, insolent, insulting, raw, rude, rustic, uncivil, uncouth, unmannerly, unpolished, untaught, untutored
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My goal going into tonight was to not be great, it wasn't to do great, it was to do well, and I feel like I accomplished that.
If I make it to the Pro Bowl in the same year that I graduate from medicine ... and win the Super Bowl, then I don't know what I'm going to do, all my goals will be accomplished.
Christine Sinclair is a once-in-a-generation athlete that has been at the heart of Canadian sport for over 20 years but what she accomplished in the past 10 years has changed the sport forever in our country, christine is the Canada Soccer Player of the Decade and unquestionably one of the greatest and most-loved athletes Canada has ever watched.
I disagreed with the Cuban system and all of that, but it seemed to me we could have accomplished more through dialogue than through simply refusing to talk, maintaining a constant embargo and really just a totally hostile policy, but that's what we did, year after year after year, the same old thing, and it gained us nothing.
One of the first things accomplished by this process was this, i had to do it by 'remote control,' but everything turned out well.
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