From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsummationcon‧sum‧ma‧tion /ˌkɒnsəˈmeɪʃən $ ˌkɑːn-/ noun [singular, uncountable] formal 1 SEX/HAVE SEX WITHwhen people make a marriage or relationship complete by having sex2 COMPLETEthe point at which something is complete or perfect SYN realization the consummation of his ambitions
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consummationAs months, then years, then centuries passed, however, the final consummation never seemed to come.For if consummation was the obverse side of the coin at Niagara, death or the prospect of death was the reverse.As the crowd waited outside, the macabre ritual in the prison itself approached its consummation.Ultimately the sexing of Pride and Prejudice, though, was all trussed-up foreplay with no consummation.This is the father of all perfection, or consummation of the whole world.There are uncertainties about adequate scale and revenue, and the consummation of ever-larger mergers.The funding of this financing is subject to certain conditions, including the consummation of the Equity Tender Offer.The consummation is one of which he may well be proud.