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accomplished

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaccomplishedac‧com‧plished /əˈkʌmplɪʃt $ əˈkɑːm-, əˈkʌm-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 GOOD ATan accomplished writer, painter, singer etc is very skilfulhighly/very accomplished 🔊 a highly accomplished designersee thesaurus at skilful2 an accomplished fact
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accomplishedPerhaps Richard was not quite as accomplished as this.His two daughters are both accomplished athletes.But the disdain of these accomplished economists for supply-side economics can easily be deduced from their writings and congressional testimony.Johann Sebastian Bach had three sons who all became highly accomplished musicians and composers.He made accomplished paintings for some years thereafter, but his recent work, like Souza's, disappoints.Unfortunately, it is more difficult to trace the Chauncys than the Blencowes, not least because they were less accomplished people.He's also an accomplished rock climber.highly/very accomplishedThe Princess, he declared, was' very accomplished, a very sensitive player and shows great musical ability.Meanwhile, he is Head Boy at Reeds, very accomplished academically, with a good chance of a place at University.Within an amazingly short time he developed into a highly accomplished and individual painter.You needn't love boxing-or even care for it-to appreciate Toole's highly accomplished debut.It is a highly accomplished drawing, full of pathos and the grief of the artist.While technically he is a very accomplished player, we had to build up both his confidence and experience.Technically he is a very accomplished speaker.Herrington is supported by some very accomplished women.
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