completed; done; effected:
an accomplished fact.
highly skilled; expert:
an accomplished pianist.
having all the social graces, manners, and other attainments of polite society.
to bring to its goal or conclusion; carry out; perform; finish:
to accomplish one’s mission.
to complete (a distance or period of time):
to have accomplished the age of 70; We accomplished the journey in little more than an hour.
Archaic. to provide polish to; perfect.
Meade is an accomplished showjumper and is also friends with Zara Philips.
Prince Harry’s Swastika Party Pal: “My Phone was Hacked Too.” Tom Sykes April 23, 2013
In the end, “we accomplished what we set out to do,” he says.
The Texas Drought Seen Firsthand from the Eyes of Ranchers Malcolm Jones August 8, 2012
And this moniker, despite the fact that she is an accomplished law professor, defines her public persona.
Hounded by Harassment Lauren Ashburn November 3, 2011
Romney won older voters because he appeared more competent and accomplished than Obama.
16 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Will Win 2016 Myra Adams August 2, 2013
Perhaps this is part of why they have become so accomplished at a certain kind of disability accommodation.
Disney World Means Everything to a Special Needs Mom Elizabeth Picciuto July 16, 2014
If it has not accomplished all that was expected, the reasons are well known to the army.
Three Years in the Federal Cavalry Willard Glazier
He had accomplished the task which he had set himself in his youth.
Ancient Man Hendrik Willem van Loon
For television was long since an accomplished, everyday fact.
Astounding Stories of Super-Science April 1930 Various
You ask me how I would have you show your thankfulness for what I have accomplished for you.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, No. 327 Various
From the scientific standpoint, the act of hypnotism had been accomplished.
The Third Degree Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow
successfully completed; achieved
to manage to do; achieve
to conclude successfully; complete
late 15c., “perfect as a result of training,” past participle adjective from accomplish (q.v.). Meaning “completed” is from 1570s.
late 14c., from Old French acompliss-, present participle stem of acomplir “to fulfill, fill up, complete” (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *accomplere, from Latin ad- “to” (see ad-) + complere “fill up” (see complete (adj.)). Related: Accomplished; accomplishing.
to bring to its goal or conclusion; carry out; perform; finish: to accomplish one’s mission. to complete (a distance or period of time): to have accomplished the age of 70; We accomplished the journey in little more than an hour. Archaic. to provide polish to; perfect. Historical Examples He is at once seer, creator, accomplisher, […]
an act or instance of carrying into effect; fulfillment: the accomplishment of our desires. something done admirably or creditably: Space exploration is a major accomplishment of science. anything accomplished; deed; achievement: a career measured in a series of small accomplishments. Often, accomplishments. a grace, skill, or knowledge expected in polite society. any acquired ability or […]
to be in agreement or harmony; agree. to make agree or correspond; adapt. to grant; bestow: to accord due praise. Archaic. to settle; reconcile. proper relationship or proportion; harmony. a harmonious union of sounds, colors, etc. consent or concurrence of opinions or wills; agreement. an international agreement; settlement of questions outstanding among nations. of one’s […]
agreement; conformity: in accordance with the rules. the act of or granting: the accordance of all rights and privileges. Contemporary Examples “We have been and will continue to work to acquire the drugs in accordance with the law,” McNaughton said via email. Pennsylvania’s Lethal Injection Fiasco Christopher Moraff September 17, 2014 It would take shape […]