consummation

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consummation

(kŏn″sŭ-mā′shŭn)
The first act of sexual intercourse after marriage.

consummation

The first act of sexual intercourse after marriage. Nowadays, this has mainly legal significance.
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Now Crawley, from being only a brilliant amateur, had grown to be a consummate master of billiards.
There was a vast difference noticeable between these consummate apparatuses and the old cork breastplates, jackets, and other contrivances in vogue during the eighteenth century.
Dominic and I had been talking business together aft, and Cesar had sneaked up behind us to listen, for, amongst his other perfections, he was a consummate eavesdropper and spy.
He gave me time to steady myself under the blow; and then he placed his vast experience, his matured and consummate knowledge, at my disposal.
Consummate Care held a prize raffle to at its base in Lockhurst Lane, Foleshill, to raise pounds 400 for Coventry Carers Centre.
The sale took over one year to consummate because the garage space had to be separated into its own individual tax lot, apart from the hotel, by the owner of the property, Hampshire Hotels.