Examples from the Web for compleat
It would be idle to pretend business at Lausanne; but a compleat year will elapse before my return.
How did we wish for our dear Polly, and think that was the only thing we wanted to compleat our happiness!Journal of a Young Lady of Virginia, 1782|Lucinda Lee Orr
Now they begin to observe that there is no state or condition in the World so compleat, but it hath some kind of imperficiency.
In Elizabethan times the vogue of travelling to become a "compleat person" was fully established.English Travellers of the Renaissance|Clare Howard
I have not the least doubt of the final and compleat success of the French Revolution.The Life Of Thomas Paine, Vol. I. (of II)|Moncure Daniel Conway
British Dictionary definitions for compleat
Word Origin and History for compleat
archaic spelling of complete (adj.).