Consummate and Total

Consummate

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Consummate adjective – Having no exceptions or restrictions.
Usage example: a consummate liar who has practically made mendacity an art form

Total is a synonym for consummate in complete topic. In some cases you can use "Total" instead an adjective "Consummate", when it comes to topics like ideal, big, ultimate.
Nearby Words: consummation, consummately, consummated, consummating
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Total

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Total adjective – Having no exceptions or restrictions.
Usage example: had total power over the people of that country

Consummate is a synonym for total in complete topic. You can use "Consummate" instead an adjective "Total", if it concerns topics such as ideal, big.
Nearby Words: totaled, tot, totality, totaling, totalled
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Things that words describes

control consummate control total control
loser consummate loser total loser
badass consummate badass total badass

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Marie Antoinette Ambiguous Disorder: Louis's lack of social graces, total cluelessness about sex, and obsessive interest in locks (he is only able to consummate his marriage by his brother-in-law using lock and key metaphors to explain the process) are signs of possible Asperger's Syndrome.
  • The Caligula He's also a Consummate Liar and a total psychopath.
    Source: The Caligula
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