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consummate -- as in: consummate professional
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Don Quixote
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  • "Blessed be God," said Don Quixote when he had heard Don Lorenzo’s sonnet, "that among the hosts there are of irritable poets I have found one consummate one, which, senor, the art of this sonnet proves to me that you are!"

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  • She is the consummate professional who never lets her personal life intrude on her responsibilities at the office.
  • They were too drunk to consummate a marriage and subsequently asked that it be annulled.

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