cyflawnhad, chyflawnhad, gyflawnhad, nghyflawnhad
Noun(1) the completion of marriage by sexual intercourse(2) the act of bringing to completion or fruition
(1) Emphasising chastity over consummation , courtship over marriage, and desire over fulfilment, Platonic love inverts much of the medical advice for what Renaissance doctors hold to be healthy in romantic love.(2) The wounded unicorn recovers from its wounds amid obvious symbols of fertility: Symbol in part of the consummation of the marriage, the unicorn is tethered by a gold chain to the pomegranate tree of fertility.(3) the consummation of a sale(4) The consummation of their hope is set before them, along with the salvation of the world.(5) Better than that, it turns out they were married and she fled before the consummation of the marriage!(6) It was consummation of a long, enduring affair.(7) For landowners, industrialists, financiers, the Catholic Church, and the military who witnessed the consummation of the Russian alliance in the state visit of Nicholas II to France in October 1896, it was an Indian summer.(8) In a story like way, these paintings display the process of love, ├ö├ç├┐that moves from initial flirtations, to the ecstasies of physical love consummation , then to the anxieties of jealousy and rejection├ö├ç├û.(9) The timing of that visit depended on the ├ö├ç├┐final consummation of the peace process in Northern Ireland├ö├ç├û, Mrs McAleese stressed.(10) And considering that he has since remained largely true to this sound, it can be seen not only as the consummation of all he had worked toward, but a window to what he would later accomplish.(11) While we're on the subject of payment, Perle stands to collect another $600,000 upon consummation of the Global Crossing deal.(12) Sex is the private consummation of a public commitment.(13) The reality consists of an overriding concern with the physical consummation of their aborted marriage.(14) Verdi's dramas were often violent and bloody, from ├ö├ç├┐Otello├ö├ç├û - the consummation of tragic opera - to his only comic opera ├ö├ç├┐Falstaff├ö├ç├û which is perfection of the genre.(15) How the Administration plans to work toward that happy consummation is another of those awkward unanswered questions.(16) He falls asleep on his wedding night before his bride, Nathalia, enters the bedroom and finds her groom snoring away oblivious to the possibilities of consummation .
(1) consummation :: consummation
1. termination ::
2. end ::
3. consummation ::
4. fullness ::
5. fulfillment ::
9. fruition ::
1. beginning ::
2. dawn ::
3. nascency ::
4. opening ::
5. start ::
Different Formsconsummation, consummations
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