The story is completer and rather more exciting than I supposed.
A people is but the attempt of many to rise to the completer life of one.
We shall never find a completer justification of athletic sports than that.
She had a kind of a longing to see them, as if her life would be completer after.
Might not death itself be this, only greater still and completer—too complete for human beings?
But I must leave the matter to those who have better and completer evidence than this.
More fatal and completer, though different, was the breach between the commercial bourgeoisie and its politicians.
Some of us have stronger and completer race memories than others.
"It would make it completer if anybody wanted best in the world to buy what I had painted," remarked Charles.
Possibly a completer title for them would be lyric monologues.
late 14c.; see complete (adj.). Related: Completed; completing.