Round and round in circles, no loose ends left over, and it all made for a comforting sense of completeness.
For completeness, one must also consider the large group of people—the hay-fever crowd—who are allergic to mold.
It is a characteristic of genius to give a completeness to work that endows it with an enduring independent vitality.
The Stoics made much of it; and boasted of the completeness of their indifference.
The completeness of her trust in me was apparent in every word she spoke.
This, then, is the ideal in its completeness which we set up before us.
Men must marry for their country's sake and for the completeness of the universe.
One can only marvel at the completeness of the system of irrigation.
He falls far short of completeness and does not make his intention entirely clear.
We cannot compare their incompleteness with its completeness.
late 14c.; see complete (adj.). Related: Completed; completing.