[foo l-fil-muh nt]
- the act or state of fulfilling: to witness the fulfillment of a dream; to achieve fulfillment of one's hopes.
- the state or quality of being fulfilled; completion; realization: a vague plan that had no hope of fulfillment.
- the process or business of handling and executing customer orders, as packing, shipping, or processing checks.
Origin of fulfillment
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Examples from the Web for fulfillment
Then, with the help of FedEx, the fulfillment pharmacies would deliver the pills nationwide.Is FedEx America’s No. 1 Drug Dealer?
July 29, 2014
In many ways, this part of the speech was a fulfillment of a promise made months ago.Obama’s 34 Words That Matter Most
February 2, 2014
These Christians see the Syrian crisis as the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy.Sorry, Evangelicals, Syria Will Not Spur the Second Coming
September 5, 2013
The magnificent ambition is fundamentally reliant upon the indelible impossibility of its fulfillment.Aleksandar Hemon on Jorge Luis Borges’s ‘Funes the Memorious’
September 26, 2012
The fact of the matter is the fulfillment house charges whatever the postal rate is and a small handling fee.How to Buy an Emmy
Maria Elena Fernandez
June 29, 2012
Here in this dirty shanty you will enter into love's fulfillment.Dust
Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman-Julius
At least I had no competition in the fulfillment of my dream.The Big Tomorrow
If I can clear it, it means the fulfillment of all my dreams.The Planetoid of Peril
What are the obstacles to the fulfillment of such an ideal in industry?College Teaching
Now that the Ravens faced the fulfillment of their plans they felt a little nervous.Highacres</p>
Word Origin and History for fulfillment
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper