verb (used with object), con·sum·mat·ed, con·sum·mat·ing.
Origin of consummate
SYNONYMS FOR consummate
Examples from the Web for consummated
There was a lot of speculation at the time about whether the long-term agreement could really be consummated.Obamacare, Impeachment, Iran, and More Political Predictions for 2014|Michael Tomasky|December 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Thanks to the Internet, we have relationships that satisfy our needs but don't have to be consummated in person.Porn Superfans: Aurora Snow on the Relationship Between Cam Girls and Their Fans|Aurora Snow|April 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
On month after the deal was consummated, the combined company had a market value of just $39 billion.
The act of treachery was consummated and the chief captured.South American Fights and Fighters|Cyrus Townsend Brady
Here the sacrifice to Bowani would be consummated, so the grave-choosers and the grave-diggers were sent on in advance.Tales of Destiny|Edmund Mitchell
By steaming, the initial process of the Moist-air kiln has been consummated.Seasoning of Wood|Joseph B. Wagner
Before the tragedy can be consummated, the Prince bursts open the door, with the aid of his followers, and rescues her.The Standard Cantatas|George P. Upton
Every impulse of our hearts led us to detest the cruel deed of treachery about to be consummated, but which we could not prevent.