completed; done; effected: an accomplished fact.
highly skilled; expert: an accomplished pianist.
having all the social graces, manners, and other attainments of polite society.
Origin of accomplished
Middle EnglishRelated formssu·per·ac·com·plished, adjectivewell-ac·com·plished, adjective
word dating back to 1350–1400;
see origin at accomplish
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British Dictionary definitions for well-accomplished
successfully completed; achieved
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Word Origin and History for well-accomplished
late 15c., "perfect as a result of training," past participle adjective from accomplish (q.v.). Meaning "completed" is from 1570s.
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