[sic] You journey now to Vienna in fulfilment of your long frustrated wishes.
She will not consider you, and will sacrifice you to the fulfilment of her own will.
Nor then indeed; for this is the fulfilment of what was then but a golden promise.
For the fulfilment of this purpose, the first and most obvious requisite is an entire command over materials and method.
The signs of the times now warrant the hope of its fulfilment.
What a fine contrast between the promise and the fulfilment!
She dared not tell him her destination; secresy was essential to the fulfilment of her purpose.
He had hardly thought of it since then; and now it urged itself for fulfilment like a vow.
O month whose promise and fulfilment blend, And burst in one!
Only once the fulfilment of our nearest and dearest wishes seemed near; now it is unattainably far away.